The key to all your secrets lies in your heartbeat
A Toronto-based, security start-up
To access a device, you need to
If ever someone decided to whack it away, they would have to take you along. You can be sure that your devices will remain safe because it does not store any heartbeat and reactivates every time you put it back on. Its proximity sensors ensure that your devices are unlocked only when it's close to your wrist.
Having tested the device on a 1000 people so far, Nymi was found to be better than facial recognition, or almost similar to fingerprint authentication in terms of accuracy.
While on one hand this certainly seems like a technology with potential, on the other hand it remains unclear how it would work under certain
The Nymi wristband will hit the market early 2014, but Bionym had started taking preorders starting September 4 th 2013. [ The Verge ]
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