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EyeVerify Inc. is the creator of Eyeprint ID™ – transforming a picture of your eye into a key that protects your digital life. Eyeprint ID is a highly accurate biometric technology for smart devices that delivers a password-free mobile experience with convenient, secure, private authentication. This patented solution uses the existing cameras on mobile devices to image and pattern match the blood vessels in the whites of the eye and other micro features in and around the eye.
Unlock every opportunity with Eyeprint ID™ – created by EyeVerify Inc. One look opens mobile devices, logs you into apps and secures your mobile payments.
Eyeprint ID transforms an ordinary selfie into a key that protects your digital life. This patented, software-only biometric solution is 99.99% accurate and extremely scalable. In less than one second, with no add-on hardware, employees and customers will experience password-free mobility and convenient, secure, private authentication.
An Eyeprint can never be lost, stolen or intercepted because it’s scrambled and encrypted locally – it never leaves your device. Eyeprint ID uses any existing 1+ MP smart device camera to image and pattern match the unique blood vessels in the whites of the eye and other micro features in and around the eye. It’s more accurate than face or voice biometrics while being less expensive and more convenient than iris and fingerprint sensors. Eyeprint ID is the only biometric that protects your data with a high entropy encryption key – equivalent to a 50-character complex password.
Eyeprint ID™ | Core Technology
Every person has a unique pattern of eye veins and other micro features in and around the eye. EyeVerify calls that set of micro features the Eyeprint. Similar to fingerprints, the patterns in Eyeprints have lots of unique feature points that can be used to authenticate an individual.
Eyeprint ID converts Eyeprints into a high entropy encryption key for secure biometric authentication through a complex process of tagging, chaffing and encoding. Biometric scientists with deep subject matter expertise refer to the human biological features used in the Eyeprint as “scleral vasculature, ocular and periocular micro-features.”