1. magichoward's Avatar
    Just thinking I'm using the Infrared many times day shining directly into our eyes.. Do you think there's any dangers
    10-12-2017 02:54 PM
  2. Fr0gburp3r's Avatar
    Just thinking I'm using the Infrared many times day shining directly into our eyes.. Do you think there's any dangers
    It's not visible light to humans so I would think it's safe but then again, I didn't sleep in a Holiday Inn Express. It's artificial and not from the sun so it may be different. The wavelength used in those are very low so it's shoudnt be damaging. Retinal scanners have been used for years for biometrics now and no reports have been made of damage.
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    10-12-2017 04:04 PM
  3. srvctec's Avatar
    Quick Google search came up with this. http://www.iritech.com/blog/iris-biometric-safe/
    10-12-2017 06:57 PM

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