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(PhysOrg.com) -- Cars of the future may use the driver’s rear end as identity protection, through a system developed at Japan’s Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology. A report surfaced earlier this month that researchers there developed a system that can recognize a person by the backside when the person takes a seat. The system performs a precise measurement of the person’s posterior, its contours and the way the person applies pressure on the seat. The developers say that in lab tests, the system was able to recognize people with 98 percent accuracy.
(01-02-2012, 05:54 PM)KFC Wrote: [ -> ][Image: engineersunl.jpg]

(PhysOrg.com) -- Cars of the future may use the driver’s rear end as identity protection, through a system developed at Japan’s Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology. A report surfaced earlier this month that researchers there developed a system that can recognize a person by the backside when the person takes a seat. The system performs a precise measurement of the person’s posterior, its contours and the way the person applies pressure on the seat. The developers say that in lab tests, the system was able to recognize people with 98 percent accuracy.

How if a person gain weight ?? Exclamation
(01-06-2012, 09:24 PM)ChunLie Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-02-2012, 05:54 PM)KFC Wrote: [ -> ][Image: engineersunl.jpg]

(PhysOrg.com) -- Cars of the future may use the driver’s rear end as identity protection, through a system developed at Japan’s Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology. A report surfaced earlier this month that researchers there developed a system that can recognize a person by the backside when the person takes a seat. The system performs a precise measurement of the person’s posterior, its contours and the way the person applies pressure on the seat. The developers say that in lab tests, the system was able to recognize people with 98 percent accuracy.

How if a person gain weight ?? Exclamation

Can not imagine if Shrek on that seat!