Soon your physical and digital identities will exist as one — the key will be your iris. The potential for this new reality to be utopian or dystopian lies squarely in our ability to balance the need for security with privacy, personal liberties and convenience. Jeff's talk explores a radical view of privacy, transparency and digital expedience.
EyeLock Is The First Mobile Iris-Scanning Product Solution. At the Finovate conference in San Francisco, EyeLock unveiled its truly unique device.
Edison Awards Celebrates 29 Years with Gala on April 21st.
New York, NY (PRWEB) April 22, 2016 The Edison Awards, celebrated 29 years of honoring the best in innovation and excellence in the development of new products and services, by recognizing the Gold, Silver, and Bronze award winning teams at the April 21st event in New York City.
“This year we saw new innovations from virtually all industries. It is clear that the role of technology in improving business results and consumer experiences is accelerating,” said Russ Fordyce, managing director of the Business Intelligence Group. “We are thrilled to be honoring those who are leaders in the business of innovation. This year’s winners are an amazing group of organizations that are laser focused on improving the daily lives of so many.”
Fun fact: Short of your DNA, your eyes' irises are your most unique feature, differentiating you from everybody else far better than your fingerprints can. EyeLock scanners examine 240 points in an iris (compared to 20 on a fingerprint).
When it comes to the annoyances of digital life, typing in a million different passwords all the time is second only to trying to remember them all. What if your body could be the password? Biometric readers have been around for some time, but now they’re found in devices we carry around. Fingerprint readers on high-end phones and tablets can unlock their home screens—and an increasingly wide range of apps. And your finger is just the beginning. The coming year will bring 007-style gadgets that scan your eye, listen to your voice or just recognize your heartbeat.
These folks are just plain cool. There are no two ways about it. We have been watching the evolution of EyeLock for quite a while and they never cease to amaze us. When we first met EyeLock they made some pretty wild claims. The big one was that they could spot people at a distance using iris-based biometric scans. The people could be in motion. Imagine picking out individuals passing through security at an airport or gambling at a Las Vegas casino. The people could be moving around but the still could be picked out.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11, 2014/PRNewswire/ -- EyeLock Inc., a market leader of iris-based identity authentication solutions, today announced that it has been named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree for myris™. Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers and members of the trade media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics products across 28 product categories.
Threats like the Heartbleed web bug mean we need more secure ways to do our work online. EyeLock, a New York–based company, has responded with Myris, a palm-size device that scans your irises to log you in to your favorite sites. While eye-scanning tech isn't new, myris, which costs $279, is likely the first for folks without Level 10 FBI clearance.
Making a device that works is one thing. Making one that looks good is another. But making a device whose good looks and function meld seamlessly together is something else entirely. Every year, the ‘Red Dot Award: Product Design’ competition highlights the products that strike that balance better than any others.
CES2014 has come to an end and SERIOUS WONDER has curated our “Best of CES2014″ awards. It was a year filled with wearable technologies, driverless and electric cars, the internet of everything, connected home gadgets, 3D innovations and curious bendable displays.