posted on Aug, 12 2010 @ 01:42 PM
the way i see it, is unless there is some kind of sign posted saying that facial recognition equipment is monitoring the area (which according to this
blogger is not the case) then all technological exploits are fair game.
i use to brainstorm ways to change the facial structure, but thats overkill if they are filming you covertly. all camera's have the same weakness's
towards light, and all facial recognition software/technology at some point rely on camera optics to produce an image of you. to remedy this, ensure
that no camera is able to produce a clear picture of you by saturating yourself with light. a small bright light near the face would be enough to nix
the software, such as a high powered LED. how this is done is up to the individual but there are many ways to do it so get creative.
keep in mind, light can be ANY spectrum, and the human eye does not see EVERY spectrum. The InfraRed wavelengths can go far beyond what the human eye
is able to see, however camera's will treat it like any other part of the light spectrum. perhaps a few LED's in that spectrum would be
inconspicuous, and due to their extremely low power consumption they can easily be hidden in earrings, glasses, hood, hat, whatever...
your face will just be a big over-exposed glowing spot, impossible for the facial recognition software to analyze. if they arent supposed to be doing
it in the first place then it is very unlikely they will be able to react at all, and you then proceed about your day normally, anonymously.
if they start posting signs you may need to change your game plan.