ithehappy, 18 Jun 2015How is this going to work in dark?Right when Fujitsu announced their Arrows, at least one commenter shared that Arrows NX F-04G will be equipped with an IR camera and IR LED separate from a front cam. See comments here: http://www.gsmarena.com/newscomm-12669.php Though with a fairly minute amount of relevancy in the smartphone world, other applications of IR cameras have already deemed successful. In the 70's, even F-15 Eagle tactical fighters, are not new to this kind of tech as they were fitted with IR cameras (could we say military-grade?) of their own. Their IR cameras combined with their radar that have been improved through the years proved to be effective in engaging night operations which earned them aerial combat superiority during their time (I think it still stands even today). No wonder the rest (later generations of tactical fighters) followed suit. IR could be one of the existing solutions for people's concerns with regards to detection and recognition of the iris at night or in situations when light is inadequate
hollipop, 18 Jun 2015but holding your phone up to your eye come onAnd why do think you would need to hold the phone to the eye? come on...
I wonder if any zoomed instagram or facebook picture on a smartphone would unlock the owner's smartphone. I doubt it would be too sensitive not to unlock.
Addition to a bunch of unwante crappy sensers and apps . . Bad luck shame'y
Personal, i dont like this application. it is no meaning for mine and user.For example, As sansung release phone before using hovering control. i feel application not good when active as wrong motivation,slow, mistake.... I think samsung and LG shall focus other application as battery life, reduce cost...instead focus research iris recognition.. That is my opinion when using Note 3. One of samsung smart phone using hovering control...
Unless apple integrate in their devices - it wont be usable. So long way to wait ....
AnonD-142922, 18 Jun 2015You know nothing .. In this case it is just proximity sensor which emits electromagnetic field... moreNot so smart there. Where on earth did you find that the iris scanner tech by Fujitsu uses proximity sensor??? It uses infrared light! And you're calling me what? Monkey hero? Wow, just wow.
usually they do it first , working or not , dosnt matter because they only made for one phone only, while they just sit and waiting apple to copy , then they copy how apple make it works ~ after that all phone have that technology (like touch id story)
they not afraid to do that because their fan will blame apple "copycat" and "other already did it first"
iphones are expensive now days imagine with that kind of tech...cost will be trough the sky
AnonD-7433, 18 Jun 2015You unfortunately know nothing about this tech. You don't need to put your phone right in fron... moreYou know nothing .. In this case it is just proximity sensor which emits electromagnetic fields or a beam of electromagnetic radiation and detects changes because you move with eye so infra-red beam detects movement and then it returns signal back that's it ..There is limited distance for detection .. Of course u don't need to stick eye right onto mobile..
But u have no idea that there are many other eye detections
Most used and popular are:
1.Infrared / near-infrared: bright pupil
2.Infrared / near-infrared: dark pupil and glint
3.Visible light: center of iris (red), glint (green), and output vector (blue)
So u need study more and THEN jumping here like Monkey Hero!
So be quiet!
This is good if it's works smooth and direct. The new Panasonic phone has it.
You unfortunately know nothing about this tech. You don't need to put your phone right in front of your eyes to make it work, you just need to look at it the way you normally would when using your phone, from a normal distance, and based on the Fujitsu phone demo the phone unlocked instantaneously. What can be more natural than that? And the sensor scans your iris in 3d with infra red, so no picture of the eye can ever replicate it and you don't need light for it to work.
ithehappy, 18 Jun 2015How is this going to work in dark?simply u know that smartphone screens generate light??
so will shine on your eye and all done
I agree but in tech terms no not really and the simple reason is this...phones stagnated a few years back amd now its a case of trying to implement any new tech they can make sense and use off.....its the only way to keep selling phones, cameras, processors, screens, have all peaked and need new ways of selling, personally focus on improving battery tech in my opinion but that os far behond, but new tech/software is what they will push until the next redesign of handsets arrives, be it flexible/bendable or even foldable devices or whatever the next massive change is....in my opinion of course
AnonD-407326, 18 Jun 2015front led?Front LED right to your eyes? Will this come with a new pair of eyes too?