Unlock the truth within an
individual's memory by the blip of a brainwave
Imagine this: what if law enforcers could tap into a suspect's mind and "read" the invisible clues that link him or her to a crime?
Science fiction? Hardly! It's called Brain Fingerprinting and through it, investigators can identify or exonerate suspects based upon measuring brain-wave responses to crime-related photos or words displayed on a computer screen. It's already sparked the interest of huge industries including forensics, medical, and advertising and has been deemed admissible in court. Find out more