ECG Biometrics: Your Personal Heartbeat ID

Bionym, ECG biometrics, heartbeat ID, University of Toronto, Foteini Agrafioti, heartbeat ID, future technology, smart gadget
Up-to-date technologies enable gadgets identify the correct users by means of measuring one’s heartbeats via fingertips. ECG biometrics, developed by Foteini Agrafioti, an engineer at the University of Toronto, for Bionym, identifies people by their cardiac rhythm. The heartbeat ID will be embedded into a phone or tablet, so that unauthorized users will be locked out and theoretically it’s impossible to hack the device to unlock it.

More Posts:

Mobile Health Assistance Device
Urban Postal Delivery Services Embodied In ‘Follow Me’
The Safest Electric Car Proven By Crush Test
Future Password Method Will Use Your Eye Movements
Marlborough Communications Will Supply Nano-UAS Systems To UK
Microscale 3-D Printer Builds A Spaceship In 50 Seconds (+VIDEO)
Hospitals In The North America Are Using The Telepresence Platform RP-Vita
Samsung’s Virtual Reality Headset Will Be Called Gear VR, Launch At IFA 2014
A Brain-Computer Interface For Controlling An Exoskeleton
Could Humans Ever Regrow Teeth?