Intel shows off Windows Hello authentication using RealSense camera in Windows devices

WIndows Hello

Microsoft recently revealed a revolutionary feature for Windows, Windows Hello. The feature isn’t available for users yet, and it’s presumably under development right now. However, Intel showed off the feature working live on its Developer Conference (IDF) last week. Here’s a video of the demo:

As you can see in the above video, the feature works pretty fast. The feature is made possible using Intel’s RealSense Camera. For starters, Windows Hello is a smart authentication system – for example, if you come in front of your Windows device, it’ll authenticate and log you into Windows. The feature is very smart as well – if someone tries to login with your picture, it won’t work. And thankfully, it won’t let your twin sign in.

Microsoft will probably talk more about Windows Hello at Build 2015 – until then, let us know what you think about Windows Hello in the comment section below!

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