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Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Jul 25, 2010 12:18 am

Intel (= US tech company) dabbling with palmistry for Smart Remote! Palmistry

Techeye.net reports:

Intel dabbling with palmistry for Smart Remote remote

Device can recognise users based on hand characteristics.
"... It works due to a number of sensors located inside the remote, which can pick up the various biometric rhythyms and oddities that make us all unique. At least, we hope. The problem is if two people hold a remote very similarly and apply the same pressure, etc., will it load up the same profile? Or, indeed, what happens if you're just a little on the tired side and apply less pressure this time – will it fail to load your profile?"


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