"The EyeSee model, sold by Italian producer Almax SpA is the first face profiling system to reside in a mannequin. It was designed and manufactured by Kee Square in collaboration with Selea (a research and development company of advanced video surveillance). The units went on sale last December for $5,130. Currently they are being used in three European countries and the U.S. though the manufacturer declines to name their clients. One smart dummy, the EyeSee mannequin is an eco friendly body with a surprise inside. It’s made of an entirely recyclable and shockproof polystyrene shell and finished with water based paints. Inside, a camera has been embedded in one eye which feeds data into facial-recognition software that logs the age, gender, and race of passers-by. This information is used to create customer reports that are output to a computer or mobile device."