CES 2016 First Look: 15 Cutting-Edge Products Unveiled On Day One

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EyeLock, a provider of iris-based identity authentication solutions, presented "Irving" at CES—a screenless, self-service ATM. This concept ATM has no PIN pad or card reader, and instead works with a mobile app on the user's smartphone to stage NFC and QR code transactions, with ID verification conducted through EyeLock iris scanning technology.

The ATM machine scans the user's iris to confirm the identification, verifies the transaction through the smartphone's QR code, and then releases the desired sum of money.

The ATM is still in the concept stage and is being tested. No date has been set yet for deployment, according to EyeLock.

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