Passthoughts Authentication with Low Cost EarEEG
Publication TitleIEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC'16)
Description"Personal and wearable computing devices are moving toward
smaller sized or altogether absent display space and
input methods aimed at simplified and effortless interactions.
To maintain their utility, these devices allow access to personal
and potentially sensitive information, therefore their security
should also be at the forefront of necessary considerations. In
this research, we explore earEEG as an authentication method
with the potential to combine powerful protection, unobtrusive
interaction, and a high degree of usability."