The company EyeLock has spent the last seven years developing iris scanning software that recognizes users by their eyes. The False Acceptance Rate of the average fingerprint sensor is once in every 10,000 scans, while for iris scans, it’s only 1 in 2.25 trillion scans.
Here’s how it works: Dongle will help people to scan their eyes to create their unique, encrypted code based on their iris. All you need to stare at Myris, which has a little mirror below the scanner to make sure you are staring at the right place. It took less than 20 seconds to scan eyes and create unique iris authentication.
Once you’re scanned in, you create your own profile within EyeLock software which only you can access through your eye scan where you store all your important passwords. You’d ideally reset all your passwords to long, tough-to-crack strings of characters since you would never have to memorize them again.
Next time you visit any password-protected accounts on a site for online banking, social media, email, Internet VPNs, whatever you can just use Myris to get instant access. When you scan the correct eye, the light around the Myris mirror glows green and you’re in. Myris has “live” sensors and can recognize photographs or dead eyes.
Myris will be available in the market for purchace later this year. No price has been set.
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