Brazilian police using Robocop glasses

April 17, 2011 · 0 comments

With the upcoming 2014 Worldcup and 2016 Olympics, the Brazilian police will start using small cameras fitted to glasses that can capture 400 facial images per second and end them to a central computer database storing up to 13 million faces.
The system can compare biometric data at 46,000 points on a face and will immediately signal any matches to known criminals or people wanted by police.
If there is a match a red signal will appear on a small screen connected to the glasses, alerting the police officer of the need to take further action or make an arrest.

Article in The Telegraph of this weekend.

This system would be quite useless in Holland and Belgium, it would give constant errors: