BiofireTechnologies-1200×851

Kai Kloepfer began designing his first smart gun for a high school science fair project. Now, six years later, that project has evolved into the startup Biofire Technologies, which is poised to put its first smart gun on the market.

Kai Kloepfer began designing his first smart gun for a high school science fair project. Now, six years later, that project has evolved into the startup Biofire Technologies, which is poised to put its first smart gun on the market.

Credit: Photo by Biofire Technologies/PBS NewsHour

File Information:

  • File Type: image/jpeg
  • Width: 1200px
  • Height: 851px
  • File Size: 0.13MB

From the article: Smart Guns Exist; Why Aren’t They On The Market?

Kai Kloepfer began designing his first smart gun for a high school science fair project. Now, six years later, that project has evolved into the startup Biofire Technologies, which is poised to put its first smart gun on the market.

Share