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Ultrafast surveillance system scans 36 Million faces in a second [Video]
posted March 29 2012 11:53.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Sounds impossible? It is real! Sounds freaky? It is scary! This is a new-developed surveillance technology that can search through 36 Million images (!!!!) any picture with a face minimum 40 by 40 pixels in size at an angle of 30 degrees horizontally and vertically, and it will return the search results within ONE second! This technology comes directly from Japan, from Hitachi Kokusai Electric.

[Via: ubergizmo]
Tags: crazy story   sick   bad idea   omg   insane   security   

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