Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Nymi wristband uses your heartbeat as a password

If someone says that they want to steal your heart, be careful. They may be trying to get into your computer files. The Toronto-based biometrics company Bionym wants to replace old-fashioned passwords with Nymi; a bracelet that uses the wearer’s heartbeat in place of passwords. According to the developers, the system delivers a secure and convenient means of identification that also provides the potential to control devices using gestures... Continue Reading Nymi wristband uses your heartbeat as a password

Section: Wearable Electronics

Tags: Biometrics, Bluetooth, Computers, Gesture Control, Heart, Motion sensor, Security

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