Published September 28, 2017
An article on Yahoo Sports reports on UB research to develop a computer security system that uses radar to read your personal heart rate signature, and quotes Wenyao Xu, assistant professor of computer science and engineering.
“We developed this non-contact and continuous heart biometric system using the a new Doppler radar sensor,” he said. “Working like a Wi-Fi router, our sensor can send a wireless signal and receive the bounced-back signal, coupled with the user’s heart motion and geometrical traits. We use these features to identify users because each individual has unique heart traits.”
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