EyePassword: Touchless Password Punching

EyePassword: Touchless Password Punching
Christine Huang
  • 21 august 2007

If finger vein technology gives you the creeps, researchers at Stanford University may soon have a non-invasive alternative to offer for password protection.  Rather than punching it in, EyePassword will allow you to enter your PIN simply by glancing at the right digits on the keypad, your eyeballs tracked by movement-sensing technology. Several systems are currently being tested and performance is still spotty, but once perfected, EyePassword should make “shoulder-surfing” at cash machines nearly impossible.

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