These folks are just plain cool. There are no two ways about it. We have been watching the evolution of EyeLock for quite a while and they never cease to amaze us. When we first met EyeLock they made some pretty wild claims. The big one was that they could spot people at a distance using iris-based biometric scans. The people could be in motion. Imagine picking out individuals passing through security at an airport or gambling at a Las Vegas casino. The people could be moving around but the still could be picked out.
Now, consider that deployment of this device – actually quite small – was industry compatible, requiring nothing particularly special. In fact, it could replace your existing card swipe system without a lot of trouble. Sounds like a pretty good deal. Add that it is priced attractively and what else could you want?