Hmm, it would be MUCH better if it were a lock that prevented anyone not authorized to pull the trigger, BUT YOU still needed to mechanically pull the trigger if authorized.
What if the current system has a software glitch and fire by accident??
I think this mechanism can cost someone their life. In the time that they try to unlock their weapon, the criminal can attack them right away. Even worse if the bad guy has a gun.
max, 09 Jan 2016It's amazing how few know about this.One of the reason why "biometric unlocking" guns won't be... morejust to let you know people can get framed without this technology lol this is just adding more protection gosh
Lolz....big and bulky indeed... you would get shot 3 times before you can finally pull your own trigger....
your friend buys same weapon, accidentally mixes with your weapon. Comes a burglar, you take out this 'pistol' trying to trigger, says ur not the owner.
Fingerprint = energy = energy source = battery? so future pistols will have charging? will it have model with replaceable battery or it will be not replaceable battery?
This still doesn't solve anything. If the gun owner decide to make a wrong choice, then he/she can still commit a crime. What they could do instead is try to make an existing technology that is similar to an manga/anime series Psychopass.
from the image i expected psycho-pass technology ... oh well guess im still waiting
I like this idea. But what if someone picks up its signal and disarms you?
Nice Idea, same thing is used in the series 'Continuum' where A woman from the year 2077 goed back to 2012 andere uses A pistol Sith fingerprint to use it, if soms else uses it the pistol gives an electric shock to the one holding it.
It's a good idea for home owners with kids... I wonder why is it so bulky...you can either shoot some one or hurdle this towards their head...in either case you will take them down.
WTFDYJS, 09 Jan 2016Sorry fellas but this technology has been off for 30 plus years and nobody even give a crap ba... moreIt's amazing how few know about this.One of the reason why "biometric unlocking" guns won't be popular is because they can be easily hacked.You can easily frame a murder to one of these guns owners.You steal their gun,you hacked it,kill someone,clean the gun from fingerprints and put it back in the owner house,or leave it near the murder scene.Hey,you are the only one that can fire this gun,so your the killer.One electric chair for ya mate.
old 90s James Bond technology. but not innovative as it was in the movie. they should have copied the design on the movie it was better for sudden usage.
You know what... it does make your weapon look very "high Tech"
aside from that, it's not a bad idea at all
human4ever, 09 Jan 2016*A burglar entered house *You pointed your gun with this attachment *the conversion goes lik... morethat also considering just the kind type of burglar that won't simply cut your finger out and lock the gun with it
James Bond has a gun that only fires when he's holding it, nobody else, and you can't see any attachments on his gun. Try harder. :-p
Sorry fellas but this technology has been off for 30 plus years and nobody even give a crap back then which means to me no one's going to give a crap about it now. The NRA has never successfully pushed this technology on anybody nor has the government there was also an option to wear a ring every time you had your gun to unlock the firing pin.