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2013-01-28 12:54:08 AM
They do nothing.
 
2013-01-28 01:18:42 AM
That's Toji. He works on my Subaru.
 
2013-01-28 09:28:59 AM
Let's hope he's not single.
 
2013-01-28 09:33:36 AM

DSanchez: Let's hope he's not single.


Yeah, those appear to be anti-getting laid glasses.
 
2013-01-28 09:48:11 AM
Some of the anti-facial recognition hair and makeup designs are pretty cool:
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2013-01-28 11:05:38 AM

Theaetetus: Some of the anti-facial recognition hair and makeup designs are pretty cool:


Yeah, I can totally see people rocking these as the tech develops. These are awesome.

/serious
//style finds a way
 
2013-01-28 11:45:03 AM
www.technovelgy.com
 
2013-01-28 12:04:03 PM
What's wrong with a good old ski mask?
 
2013-01-28 12:33:19 PM
Sometimes the old ways are best.
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2013-01-28 12:56:10 PM
They use gait recognition. It works from a much longer distance, from behind, can't be readily concealed, and works with current shiatty security cams already in place, no need for high resolution cameras. The system in Seattle works amazingly well. Facial recognition is a red herring.
 
2013-01-28 02:22:35 PM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't slapping an IR cutoff filter on the security camera undermine this approach entirely? At that point you're just wearing massive face-obscuring glasses... which might be enough in their own right?

Chiad: They use gait recognition. It works from a much longer distance, from behind, can't be readily concealed, and works with current shiatty security cams already in place, no need for high resolution cameras. The system in Seattle works amazingly well. Facial recognition is a red herring.


Watch, these guys will move on to gait-altering shoes. Then the security agencies will have to create some sort of Ministry to control and regulate civilian access to silly walks.
 
2013-01-28 02:28:23 PM
I just hold one of these up in front of my face when I walk down the street.

www.thelocalq.com
 
2013-01-28 05:49:18 PM

abhorrent1: I just hold one of these up in front of my face when I walk down the street.

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So that was you!
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2013-01-28 07:33:56 PM
hers my cheaper alternative

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2013-01-29 04:14:41 PM

ProfessorOhki: Correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't slapping an IR cutoff filter on the security camera undermine this approach entirely? At that point you're just wearing massive face-obscuring glasses... which might be enough in their own right?

Chiad: They use gait recognition. It works from a much longer distance, from behind, can't be readily concealed, and works with current shiatty security cams already in place, no need for high resolution cameras. The system in Seattle works amazingly well. Facial recognition is a red herring.

Watch, these guys will move on to gait-altering shoes. Then the security agencies will have to create some sort of Ministry to control and regulate civilian access to silly walks.


Or, you know, he has a pebble in his shoe.

"Can't be readily concealed"? Really? The word you're looking for is "limping".
 
2013-01-30 02:40:04 AM
The laughing man did it.

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