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Iris scanners don't have to use lasers, and as far as I can find, don't.

eg just three a twenty second google found for me:



and even if they did they'd be using a low power laser for illumination and not the high power ones used for medical procedures.

If someone can come up with a reference of how scanners incorrectly used can damage retinas, please post it.
Ric, 14 years ago.

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