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Touchscreen Vending Machine That Recognizes Your Face [Video]

Touchscreen Vending Machine That Recognizes Your Face [Video]
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This concept model recommends products according to your age and gender.

Yi Chen
  • 19 december 2011


Japanese company, Sanden, collaborated with Intel and Okaya Electronics to develop a concept vending machine that’s sure to turn heads. The vending machine features a 65-inch full HD see-through panel displayed at the front. The transparent touchscreen provides users with product information and plays animated graphics. What’s even more impressive? The in-built facial recognition technology that could recommend products based on your age and gender.

In addition to showing content relating to merchandising, the concept model also has a ‘public safety mode’ where it can display emergency and evacuation information.

Watch the video below for a demonstration of how it works.

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