Chinese Police Using Sunglasses That Recognize People Within 100 Milliseconds!

Well, it’s here.

They have been messing around this for years and now it’s here. Google tried it with their glasses but so many complained where and when you could wear them, especially movie theaters.

China continues to edge it’s way to becoming the number one leader in technology with the creation of these glasses.

Police already are claiming huge success and that means they won’t be getting rid of it anytime soon.

Source: MSN

China’s police have a new weapon in their surveillance arsenal: sunglasses with built-in facial recognition. According to reports from local media, the glasses are being tested at train stations in the “emerging megacity” of Zhengzhou, where they’ll be used to scan travelers during the upcoming Lunar New Year migration.

This is a period of extremely busy holiday travel, often described as the largest human migration event on Earth, and police say the sunglasses have already been used to capture seven suspects wanted in major cases, as well as 26 individuals traveling under false identities.

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