The head was printed at Backface in Birmingham, U.K., where I was led to a dome-like studio with 50 cameras. Together, they combine to take a single image that forms a complete 3D image.
The final model lasted a few days to produce just over £ 300. It has been tested by the author on four Android Smartphones and iPhone Xs. All tested Android phones were able to lock the fake 3d print head.
However, if you are an Android customer, look now off the screen. We tested the four hottest phones in Google's operating systems and Apple iPhone phones to see how easy it would be to break them. We did it on a 3D-printed site. All Android phones opened with fake. Apple's phone was, however, imperceptible.
The tested Android phones were LG G7 ThinQ, Samsung S9, Samsung Note 8 and OnePlus 6.
It has been known for a long time that many implementations of Face Detection for Android phones have been less secure than the Apple Face ID system. Some of these facial recognition systems are fooled with simple photos. However, the Apple Face ID also includes IR scanning and alert technology. Just noticeable information may suffice to explain how difficult a 3D printhead can not open the iPhone X. It was said that iPhone X's Face ID has lost in the past more sophisticated printed 3D heads.