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  • Biometric Locks in the Movies

    Biometric locks are no longer a futuristic concept, they are a reality. And even better, you don’t have to be a top-secret government agency to own one. The technology that makes these devices possible is now available to the general public and at a price point that may have you excited upgrading your security. There are many types of biometric security devices including FingerprintScanners, Retina/Iris Scanners, Voiceprint, Facial Scanner, Hand Geometry,DNA Fingerprint, Deep Tissue Illumination, and Keystroke Pattern.

    Biometric locks have been fantasized about for many decades. They have been portrayed in many movies as very “high tech” devices that are to impress the audience. They are still used in movies to this day and are considered high security devices. Of course, those devices usually are being thwarted with simpleton approaches by “experienced soldiers”. Despite the fallacies, biometric locks are still really COOL.

    Here is our list of classic movies that used “high tech” biometric locks:

    2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

    Dave’s voice recognition

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

    Retinal recognition to open the Genesis project file

    Never Say Never Again (1983)

    Eyeball replacement to access nuclear weapon

    Star Trek III The Search for Spock (1984)

    Kirk voice identification to engage the Enterprise auto-destruction.

    Les Spécialistes (1985)

    Safe of casino is fingerprint protected

    Licence To Kill (1989)

    Signature Camera Gun — A camera that when assembled became a sniper rifle that only worked for Bond once enrolled, due to a “palm reader” built into the grip. Later, someone else tried to kill Bond with this gun but was unsuccessful because the grip didn’t recognize the villain.

    Back To The Future II (1989)

    Lorraine entering McFly’s house with her fingerprint.
    Biff paying the taxi with his fingerprint.

    Westinghouse RTS PIN Code Lock & Fingerprint Reader

    Anviz M5 Fingerprint and Card Reader

    Anviz L100D Fingerprint and RFID Deadbolt