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-No, this gag was in the plans almost from the beginning (of this short series, anyway.)Greyryder wrote:Doc's taking notes from the forum, isn't he?
Good biometric identification systems look for the relative distances and orientations of recognizable features in the body part being scanned, not for absolute measurements. Otherwise you could get blasted by a laser turret just for not standing close enough to the scanner.DocsMachine wrote: I figured an iris scan would still work even if the "scale" was off a bit, and the size difference led to an obvious joke.
He frequently does. But this was an obvious joke. So call it lucky timing on my part.Greyryder wrote:Doc's taking notes from the forum, isn't he?eddi wrote: If there's a fingerprint or iris scan coming it might get complicated.