A new public library opening in Naka, Japan will feature "touchless" palm scanners for borrowers according to asahi.com.
"A new city library opening here in October will replace library cards with state-of-the-art biometric technology. Borrowers will hold their palms over a device that identifies people by comparing the pattern of veins in their palms with prerecorded patterns."
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