By Eyelock, 2014
The palm-sized identification reader uses a 20 frame per second video capture of your irises to verify your identity for logging into your favorite websites and apps. Since no two irises are alike, the chances of a false match are less than one in two trillion. ‘Myris’ looks at more than 240 points on each iris to generate a unique 2048-bit digital signature. To properly authenticate one’s ID, it needs to match up with your eyes—existing photos and video recordings won’t work.
Because, eliminating passwords, it significantly reduces the risk of data theft, it speeds up the apps and websites login and it avoids the big amount of passwords for all our accounts. This product is one of the most relevant cases of the current relationship between identity and security.