Face Unlock on the Samsung Galaxy S3

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Face unlock  button was one of the novelty features of Android 4. But  this came to an end when people realized it was easy to fool it with an easy photograph.

Now ,rumor has it that Samsung has made it foolproof by making you blink to prove you are human.

So the big question Has Samsung incorporated the `Blink to prove you are human` improvement?

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Face Unlock on the Samsung Galaxy S3

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Sensible Vision – (my employer and) the leading provider of face recognition solutions for the PC – has taken a different approach. By simultaneously touching a “secret shape” in addition to showing your face, FastAccess Anywhere for Android and iOS achieves:

• Security greater than that of a highly complex password—without the need to actually type a password on a small keyboard.
• Extremely quick access to protected data – this is critical to the long term use of any technology. On the other hand, requiring video capture, such as with the blinking approach, may slow down the login process.
• Complete immunity to access by both photos and videos (photos can’t blink, but videos certainly can).

FastAccess Anywhere also provides convenience by allowing the user to target security to only where it’s really needed – the login to secure apps and websites and the launch of apps that the user deems to be sensitive. No need to go through security just to check the weather or play a game.

If you are interested in beta testing, you can get the app now! Please contact me: info[at]sensiblevision.com.

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Face Unlock on the Samsung Galaxy S3

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One of the novelty features in Android 4 is the “Face unlock” feature which appeared to work  well, until people had started to realize you could easily fool it with a simple photograph. However, Samsung has upgraded this feature to be a little more foolproof by making you blink to prove you’re a human being as it’s pretty difficult to make a photograph blink.
 
It’s probably not going to be foolproof, but still it’s an improvement from a manufacturer, which is actually beneficial, before we see iris scanners in our phones.

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