Remembering passwords used to be easy, back in the day when you had only a single online account – either a Hotmail or a Yahoo Mail account. Fast forward to today, and you know for sure that there are plenty of passwords to remember, considering the fact that we have evolved to place more and more of our lives in the digital realm. There are image sites, video sites, social networks, micro blogging sites, banking accounts, the works – and sharing the same password is never recommended.
Researchers over at the Carnegie Mellon University intend to make short work of remembering passwords in the future, through the use of your feet. Yes sir, having worked with a company known as Autonomous ID, they have come up with a new Pedo-Biometrics Research and Identity Automation Lab that will work on sensor systems which are integrated into your shoes’ soles so that foot movement can be monitored. This particular device is called BioSole, where it identifies a particular person within just three steps. As for the accuracy rate? It would make Tony Stark proud with over 99% accuracy.
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