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Post  PrinceCash on Sun Feb 13, 2011 2:53 am

I grew up listening to my grand dad talking about palmistry and reading book of cheiro. I am a professional computer programmer with background in AI and statistics . As part of my long interest in the subject and my foundation in computer science , I am working on learning program which can read palm prints and use the palmistry rules to predict personalities, characteristic , health condiction etc. My idea is to use computing power and statistical tools to prove that palmistry has sound foundation behind it.

While I am working on the coding, statistical , AI etc I am having issues with collecting Palm Prints. At present i only have few print of me and close family . I am looking for any set of digital images of Palm Prints . Any help in this regards will be appreciated.


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Re: Looking for collection of PALM PRINTS

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:35 pm

Hello Prince Cash,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts. What you described regarding the idea of a computer program (combined with statistics) relates to BIOMETRY, and I hope that Ed Campbell will respond to your post as well; I expect that his IBMBS-project will fuel your interest:

Additionally, I can inform you that there are computer programs available which sort of do what you describe, but as far as I know these programs appear not yet featured with high quality technology - sometimes even depend on observations made by an 'expert' observer.

So the idea of combining hand reading with computer programs is not new, and it has been explored.

The following discussion will probably be interesting for you to consider:


PS. I would not recommend to start working on a computer program focussed on handprints, because with the introduction of cameras in mobile phones handprints have become at least a bit 'old fashioned' - though they can still be very helpfull for some purposes, e.g. to study the fingerprints & dermatoglyphics (though handprints are for sure not necessary for that purpose either).

This new trend is clearly visible at this forum: hundreds of photos with hands, very few handprints.


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