Tell twins apart with a biometric face scanner

The Japanese firm, Sagawa Advance, has created a face scanner that can supposedly tell identical twins apart. It works by analyzing 40,000 data point on the face, and then comparing it with a database of faces it knows.

The company plans to sell the technology to power plants, medical factories, and anyone else who needs tight security. It will retail for about $60,000 and they’re looking to move 40 units in the first year.