posted on Nov, 7 2019 @ 07:40 AM
That device looks to be the IDentimat 2000 (very futuristic sounding) that was public knowledge as early as 1971. It was manufactured by Stellar
Systems Inc. of San Jose, and provided identification verification by electronically scanning an individual's hand and comparing the data with a known
scan stored in the machine's memory. Using a light source, the device precisely measures the geometric characteristics of finger length, curvature and
thickness of the webbing between fingers when the hand is place on a flat plate.
Side note: This is also the hand scanner that Bob Lazar describes in the documentary "Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers". In the documentary and
countless interviews, Bob describes this exact device but says that the technology was never made public and he had never seen a device like it
anywhere else. Bob supposedly worked at S-4 in the 80's and this hand scanner was in use since the early 70's. Hmmm.
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jtrenthacker because: (no reason given)
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