The world has a lot of surprises in store for the person who glances at the right time, but it’ll be no surprise when Eyeprint ID unlocks your phone with no more than a look.
Check the time.
NASDAQ is up.
Those are some cute shoes.
Pete got a haircut.
The tomatoes look ripe.
What is the dog eating?
You have thoughts like these, right? They take almost no time, so we don’t dwell on these notions, but we have them hundreds of times a day. And they spring from an action no greater than a glance.
It’s a flick of your eyes to the wall, to the TV, to your co-worker, to that woman on the train. We do it all the time and almost effortlessly.
Which is why it’s so amazing that this insignificant movement of the eyes now holds a near-magical power for our mobile security. Looking up and to the left is all you need to do to unlock your phone with Eyeprint ID.
It’s not what you’re looking at that matters – it’s that flash of your eyes that shows your phone that you’re really you. But why not get some bonus “looking” in?
Line up your phone, check out the world to your left and you’re in. Who knows what sort of amazing things you might see? Here are some possibilities:
Uncle Sam on stilts …
A llama chewing …
Maybe a dog riding a tricycle (Olden Days users only) …
Your kid jumping off a dock …
Some parkour …
or Mario running a race.
There might be some good things happening on the right side of your visual field, but why risk it? Just witness all the great things that happen when you glance up and to the left. Most importantly, you get simple, secure access to all the great stuff on your device. Eyeprint ID uses the unique pattern of veins in the whites of your eyes to make sure that you – and no one else – get access to your device.
So you’ll unlock the world of possibilities inside your device. And when you glance up and to the left, who knows what else you might see?
To learn more, contact us at email@example.com
Flickr users Marla Showfer, Martin Cathrae, National Media Museum, Stefano Corso, Ben just Ben, Howard Ignatius and smcgee