18-Year-Old Student Launches Eye-scanning Flash Drive Startup
from Maryville Daily Forum
Like a lot of businesses, this one grew out of Aakash Patel's frustration over a common problem, the hassle of keyboarding in a password to access a secure USB data storage device – the flash drive a lot of people these days wear on a keychain or keep handy in a shirt pocket. So, he's developing the BlurPort, a drive which, when used in conjunction with a smartphone, can be accessed through a scanned image unique to the user, such as an eye, finger or other physical feature.
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