Biometric Keyboard Grants Access Based on Keystrokes and Bioelectricity

Biometric Keyboard Grants Access Based on Keystrokes and Bioelectricity

Researchers have developed a non-mechanical intelligent keyboard that could increase security for computer users based on keystrokes, typing habit, and finger size

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 january 2015

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a biometric keyboard that can recognize and grant access to users based on their unique typing patterns.

The keyboard analyzes different parameters, including the force applied when pressing the keys and the time interval between each keystroke. The self-powered non-mechanical device holds promise for increased computer security, providing a new biometric for protecting machines from unauthorized use.

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