At present, tests have been carried out with the hands of her employees company who bought items like chips, drinks, granola bars and phone chargers.
The tool allows users to obtain products without having to touch a scanner surface. In other words, the machine recognizes the size and characteristics of the hands and helps them pay as if it were a credit or debit card, according to the source.
Obviously, this payment method will be introduced at all Whole Foods stores in the United States at 2020 and is expected to be implemented worldwide, as all employees are trained to use it.
It should be noted that experts are concerned that Orville is yet another way for the company to track its users, because if Amazon gets hacked, consumers will probably need up to six years to recover. their data.
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