Arm and yammer

Here’s a biometric strategy we haven’t heard of before: a gesture-based system for unlocking cellies that identifies your unique style of raising the phone to your ear based on “things like arm length, muscle structure, and patterns such as holding methods and other habits.” Obviously, this assumes some use of the arm; wonder how it does on interpreting spastic, slow, or other “atypical” arm movements that people with disabilities might have?

OhGizmo: Motion based cell phone unlock

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