> I got my "Popular Mechanics" the yesterday (It's a geek magazine) and I > saw something in it I thought was really cool. It's an article about > "smart guns" which will only be able to fire if the owner of the gun is > holding it. I just thought this was kind of an interesting forerunner to > smartlinks, and I wondered if maybe there was any way to do something of > the sort on a SR gun. There probably woundn't be all that much call for > it, but it might be a little enhancement for the Sec gaurds...
I think it's already been done. Check out the "Individualized Biometric Safety" system on page 71 of the Corp Security Handbook.
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