Future Password Method Will Use Your Eye Movements

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It is reported that all the people move their eyes in different sequences, so one of the future password technologies might follow your eye movements and use them as a password. Computer scientist Oleg Komogortsev from the Texas State University San Marcus is now working on a secure system that identifies the way people flicker their eyes when looking at the computer. This smart technology will measure “fixations” (when the eye lingers) and “saccades” (movements, which your eye makes when it switches between objects of focus). Though the system seems secure, it might take some more time, before a working prototype will be put on the market.

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