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Brevetto della Apple per riconoscimento facciale

Brevetto della Apple per riconoscimento facciale

Posted December 29, 2011 at 8:34pm by iClarified
Apple sta lavorando a un brevetto per riconoscimento facciale in modo di creare un sistema più sicuro per i dispositivi Apple, è stato detto da PatentlyApple. Il sistema,con la nuova applicazione riconoscerebbe il tuo viso e,una volta accettato, ti farebbe visualizzare la home senza imput di tocco. L'app avrebbe anche metodi di protezione superiore anche per chi lavora

La apple descrive vari metodi per il riconoscimento facciale

Il modello include un'immagine di riferimento di un volto,l'immagine catturata va a incidere su di essa creando un volto normalizzato che se accettato sblocca l'iphone.Un altro metodo è quelle della distanza tra occhi e linee della bocca oppure la forma del viso.

La figura numero 1 mostrata sotto mostra un utente che cammina verso l'iphone che lo rileva,lo identifica e sblocca l'iPhone
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Brevetto della Apple per riconoscimento facciale

Brevetto della Apple per riconoscimento facciale
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Mustang - December 30, 2011 at 10:39pm
This simply means someone could spy on you all the time...
? - December 30, 2011 at 7:42am
More Idea theft by Apple!
captain obvious
captain obvious - December 30, 2011 at 5:03am
And this is why iClarified sucks... Apple did not file a facial recognition patent this year... THIS PATENT WAS FILED IN 2010!!! It wasn't until recently that it was let loose to the public...
Kim Brown
Kim Brown - December 30, 2011 at 2:18am
This article describes a small part of the technology that FastAccess has used since we innovated this type of face recognition in 2006. At CES in Jan '12, we will demonstrate FastAccess Anywhere – for mobile. Using patent pending technology, we have optimized it to recognize faces in real-world mobile conditions. Our tech is highly resistant to photo and video of an enrolled person’s face. We make it much easier and more secure to access password-protected web sites and apps. sensiblevision.com/faa
Really!!! - December 30, 2011 at 12:46am
Wait does that mean the camera will be on at all times waiting for your presence? Sounds like a waste of battery to have it work like that.
Amriibacchus - December 30, 2011 at 2:05am
Or turns on when you hit the home button... makes more sense...
Kain - December 30, 2011 at 4:40pm
Neither. Having to press the home button to activate pretty much negates the entire premise of the patent. There would need to be a separate proximity sensor in the phone that would activate the camera when it senses motion. Battery drain would happen when people constantly walk by the phone like when at work or home if there are a lot of people around. Preventable by disabling the sensor or putting the phone screen side down.
I_Heart_Android...Not.. - December 29, 2011 at 8:58pm
If Apple wins this patent, what happens to the current facial recognition unlock feature in ICS on the Galaxy Nexus? Sounds like more bad news bears for Android..
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