The potential use for biometrics is always close at hand, especially in our smartphones. A software solution can transform a front-facing camera into a biometric authentication tool.
Here are a few examples of biometric software:
EyeVerify uses the front-facing camera to capture the pattern of the veins on the user’s eye. This application has been selected as a method of authentication and an innovation in digital passwords for banking activity in Australia. This and other biometric data tools can be downloaded directly to various smartphones.
Voice-based biometrics make a lot of sense on smartphones. This does not require contact, friction activation through the touchscreen or camera alignment. This voice biometry application provides software that can use a person’s voice for authentication.
3. Biometric video games with extreme motion controlA series of video games using full-body motion capture have been released lately. This technology captures the 3D position of the player in every frame, and creates a live 3D model in real time.