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Patented inventions
of InfoLife holding
are the result of our research in the field of
biometrics spanned for decades
InfoLife – fingerprint
InfoLife – biometric ability
testing based on
fingerprint assessment
Facts about the InfoLife Software
  • 13 years
    of research
  • 6 000 people tested
    at the stage of approbation
  • 92%testing
  • 5 minutes
    for one test
  • 8 areas of testing
  • 60 pages of
    comprehensive report
Areas of testing
  • Career Guidance
  • Work and Career
  • Health
  • Recommendations
  • Compatibility
  • Susceptibility to Diseases
  • Psychological Profile
  • Sport
How the testing works
  • 1
    Fingerprints scanning
    10 fingers
  • 2
    The data entered into
    the InfoLife software
  • 3
    The anonymous data are sent
    to InfoLife server
  • 4
    Data analysis
  • 5
    You receive the
    View sample report
    .pdf, 2.85mb.
About the Author
Alexander Zubarev
The founder and the director of the company,
the author and developer of testing procedure, young scientist,
the author of academic papers and scientific work on dermatoglyphics.
  • The winner of the «Best innovative project 2012»
    competition held at Seliger forum
  • The winner of the grant competition held by Federal
    Agency on Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
  • The winner of the grant competitions in the Kirov
  • The winner of the «You – Entrepreneur» competition
    in the Kirov region
  • The award winner of «Moscow Entrepreneur»
  • The author of the book «Abilities Given by Nature»
Dermatoglyphics —
is the scientific study of
fingerprints. Dermatoglyphics
refers to the formation of
naturally occurring ridges on
palms and soles. Dermatoglyphics
is thought to appear in 1892,
when one of the brightest
biologists of his time - a cousin
of Charles Darwin, Sir
Francis Galton published his
classic work on fingerprint
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The history of the company

«Biometrics». The Beginning.

In the spring of 2004 a young Alexander Zubarev first came across
the book about fingerprints. Being a natural born innovator with
inquisitive mind, he entered Vyatka State University and chose
"Applied Informatics in Economics" as his major. Alexander was
studying dermatoglyphics along with that.

In 2004-2007 Alexander compiles the testing database. In order to get that done,
the young scientist visited hospitals and morgues, sports schools and
specialized classes, the institutions of the Ministry of the Interior
Affairs and the Russian State Library. Thus, he had collected more than 6,000
fingerprints of the elite representatives in each testing area.

In 2007-2008 the first version of the "Biometrics".
Program was developed. It included the database with the
following areas of testing: psychological profile, health,
anthropometry, career guidance, sport and physiology.

In June 2008 the graduate work "Evaluation of Biometric Technology
Based on Fingerprint Assessment” got excellent mark
in Vyatka State University.

From Idea to Invention. LifePrint

In May 2009 the software was approved in Moscow for the first
time, at the "Days of Small Business in Russia" exhibition.

In July 2011 Alexander began to create customer base at “Seliger” youth
forum and forms an idea to turn the project into business.

At that time Alexander was an inventor who had no experience in
running a business: it took him half a year to create a model of
promotion, make design, set up sales and production of the first
packages, as well as to select energetic and creative team of
professionals. The project was named LifePrint.

Seliger 2012. The Flying Start.

2nd of March, 2012 is considered to be the company’s birthdate when
the first point of LifePrint testing was opened in “Festival” shopping
mall in Kirov. Alexander Zubarev covered the cost of monthly rent
in the mall in the first day of operation. It was then that he saw
the opportunities this invention provides.

Another remarkable stage was brilliant project presentation at
Seliger 2012 youth forum.

The young researcher from Kirov became the winner
among innovative projects in the “Innovations and Technical Creativity”
panel. Alexander also managed to test dozens of celebrities and each
of them was satisfied with the result.

InfoLife – Abilities Given by Nature

This is the name of the book from the author and developer of the unique testing
technology where he described all his experience, skills and values.

In August-December 2012 the company grows and gathers pace:
the name of the company was changed into “InfoLife”, the partner network expands quickly,
there appear InfoLife representatives in other regions; the software was translated into English.

As early as in the beginning of 2013 InfoLife enters the international market
the packages have been sold to the Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Israel and Austria.
The translation into Hebrew has been done.

The summer of 2013 saw a number of successful presentations of the project at different forums.

In August, more businessmen joined us, so the time has come translate
the software into Turkish, Latvian, Ukrainian, Greek, Italian and Czech.
At the end of 2013 InfoLife entered the list of top franchises In Russia.

Find strengths in everyone

In January 2014 InfoLife Consultant software has been presented.

After extensive analysis of foreign demand we decided to open representative
office in Moscow. InfoLife internet store was also opened at this time.

In spring of the same year the company has done considerable work with educational institutions in our region.
This contribution brought the official letter of recommendation issued by Education
Department of the Kirov Region.

New York international franchise expo became the milestone event for the company in summer 2014.

The number of customers exceeded 300 000 at this time.

As a parenthetical note, the Software has been updates 5 times by 2015,
we have developed brand new interface and report. InfoLife turned into media
holding company: in February we launched one more project, unparalleled
anywhere in the world – IrisTest.

Currently, InfoLife has the geographical scope of 26 counties, 2275 partners.
509544 people tested can now say with confidence what inborn aptitudes
they have and what they are capable of!

About the Testing Method

Fingerprints formed in the 3rd month of pregnancy in
the womb. They remain unchanged during the life.
The fingerprints are unique: among the 7 billion people living
on Earth, one will never find two people with their
fingerprints absolutely identical.

still, we observe certain similarities in the fingerprint
pattern of the real professionals in one branch of activities.
The more specialists in one field we test, the more similarities we can find.

For example, at the stage of software development we have
tested 10 Candidate Master of Sports to identify the features
which determine their aptitudes to particular kind of sports
(swimming in this case). Then we checked the received data on
a random group of people. The research confirmed that ordinary
people do not have features similar to those of the athletes.

Thus, at the heart of the InfoLife testing is the similarity
of fingerprints of people who managed to succeed in a certain
btanch of activities.

What is dermatoglyphics?

Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of fingerprints
and their correspondence with human abilities, character
and health.

Do not mix up dermatoglyphics and palmistry, the latter
is the characterization and foretelling the future through
the study of the palm lines, also known as palm reading.
These lines are constantly changing, so, whenever you show
your palm to a palmist, the results of the so-called "analysis"
will be different. Dermatoglyphics studies only fingerprint
patterns, which remain unchanged for the whole life.

Francis Galton’s Dactyloscopic Set.
    The modern dermatoglyphics distinguishes only three basic
    types of patterns:
  • Typical Arch is the rarest fingerprint
    pattern among the basic types. It is
    encountered mostly on index and middle finger
    of the left hand.
  • Typical Loop is the most common type of
    fingerprint patterns encountered. It is characterized
    by so-called “delta” (to the right of
    the loop in this case).
  • Typical Whorl always has two deltas. It is
    usually encountered on the index and
    ring finger of the right

The combination of 10 fingerprint patterns reflects the
nervous system organization and makes it possible to
characterize its features and the behavior of a person.

This is how dermatoglyphics practically helps us to give
comprehensive data on all the inborn abilities. The most
important thing is to understand what information is encoded
on your fingertips and how you can apply it in the future.

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