Officially making its debut at CES 2016 was Identilock, a biometric gun lock that enables users to secure their gun and unlock it within 1.5-seconds using their fingerprint, and at 100% accuracy rate to boot, thanks to the company’s specialized IP. Best of all, the lock only requires charging every 6-months due to the embedded fingerprint sensor, but should it run out of power for any reason, the gun can be unlocked with a physical key. Expect to shell out $319 for the device when it goes on sale this summer. Click here to view the first image in this week’s geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a battery sorting robot that will soon replace humans in factories worldwide.