BioSec reveals world's first biometric game
13 February 2018 15:32 GMT

The Hungarian biometrics firm has created a game called BS Palm Pong, where there are no clicks or keystrokes – the player’s palm veins becomes the controller.

The firm says the game is a fun way to learn more about palm vein security. It says this can be quite challenging due to many myths and misconceptions surrounding the industry.

“We know that if it is something different and new, like biometrics, people tend to keep their distance. This is why we decided to come up with a playful alternative, which brings people closer to even a next generation technology like ours. And what is better for this than a fun game instead of a boring presentation?”, said BioSec Group CEO, Péter Györgydeák. 

Players move the ball without touching it by simply putting your hand above the vein scanner.