From Personal Iris Scanners to Retina Control Technology

 - Mar 15, 2014
The ability to conduct human scanning in an everyday environment has a number of different impacts. Whether it's about creating a more efficient process or about increasing security, the impacts branch far outside commercial use.

The ability to create a more in-depth database of human information benefits marketing and government agencies to an astounding degree. Market research is incredibly important to numerous companies. Now imagine being able to tell what advertisements specifically get a consumers heart racing, or being able to track a consumers retina to see what garners attention first. This type of technology could completely change the business world

While conspiracy theorists will rebel against the idea of government agencies having that much human scanning power, there are a plethora of different positive benefits. Crime, especially cyber crime, could be tracked much more fluidly, and it would create quite a strong deterrent.