The "SkullConduct" setup was devised by university researchers in Germany and functions on the modified pair of Google Glass. Using the integrated bone conduction orator and microphone, the device played an imperceptible sound that was afterwards picked up by the microphone. A test device was able to correctly identify the user 97 percent of the time in the lab.
While the researchers originally envisioned the system as the way to keep unwanted users from accessing devices like Glass, Gizmodo thinks it could potentially be another TouchID for your skull. Imagine, if you will, the unfolding where you can unlock your phone by placing it opposite your ear. But, afterwards again, who actually takes phone calls anymore?
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