Biometrie: Vernetze Schuhsohlen identifizieren Menschen nach drei Schritten am Gang

Schlaumeier von der Carnegie Mellon University haben zusammen mit der Firma Autonomous ID Schuhsohlen entwickelt, die den Träger am typischen Gang erkennen können – angeblich reichen bereits drei Schritte um eine Identifizierung mit 99-prozentiger Wahrscheinlichkeit zu ermöglichen. weiterlesen: http://de.engadget.com/2012/07/24/biometrie-vernetze-schuhsohlen-identifizieren-menschen-nach-dre/

BioSole shoe sensors can ID you after just three steps

BioSole shoe

Sci-fi films have taught us that one day we’ll be identified through quick eye scans, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are hoping to use a different body part — your feet. The university recently partnered with a company called Autonomous ID to create the new Pedo-Biometrics Research and Identity Automation Lab, which will be developing sensor systems that can be placed inside the soles of your shoes to monitor foot movement. The device — which has been dubbed BioSole — has been in development at Autonomous ID since 2009, and can reportedly identify a person within three steps with more than 99 percent accuracy.  more: http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/22/3174309/biosole-foot-id-sensors

BioSole shoe - ard

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