Blink facial recognition 64 bit
Luxand Blink! What Blink! If it matches a previously saved template, it will allow you to login by facial recognition instead of password. I tested it out on my own face, and then tested it using a variety of other faces, and even a headshot photo of myself. Luxand Blink correctly allowed me to login with only my real-life face and no other. You'll know it's working when a green square appears around your face and holds steady for a few seconds, followed by a successful login.
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Free Face Recognition Software Blink! Improves The Windows Login Process
Interesting program - Luxand Blink - Facial recognition
Most Windows users need to log into the system before they can access their system account. Some single computer users configure Windows to log in automatically, which is comfortable but not very secure. The free face recognition software Blink! The main requirement is a webcam, as it is used by the software to recognize the user's face. Faces need to be registered and associated with Windows profiles. This step is best undertaken right after installation of Blink.
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Blink-induced log-in now available on 64-bit Windows
Windows only: Face recognition software Blink lets you log in to Windows through your webcam-enabled computer. It also grabs a shot of everyone who successfully logs in, by face or by keyboard, so you know who's been up to what. The login history is useful for seeing who's used your computer recently, as well as seeing anyone who's managed to look enough like you to break through the app's touted recognition algorithms.
From a security perspective, biometric systems play an important role, visit your local airport for a taste , and are definitely a step in the right direction for home computer users. In March , when I first came across a free biometric login solution Luxand Blink , based on facial recognition, I could hardly wait to try it out and yes, take the opportunity to play the role of a bad guy and attempt to defeat it. At that time, only a 32 bit version of the application was available. Looking ahead though, the developers promised that a 64 bit version of the application was in the works.
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