Luxand Blink! is a biometric PC access application that enables the user to log in to Windows by face, which is captured by the webcam, matched against the registered profile and identified by the application.
The application makes it remarkably easy to log in the system as there is no need to enter username and password on Windows startup, or when the system is locked. The logon process is completely automatic and based on received biometric data. Luxand Blink! runs under Windows Vista and Windows 7. A webcam connected to PC is also required.
Login to Your PC by Simply Looking! - Get Luxand Blink! Now! Logging into Windows has never been easier! Just look into a webcam for a moment, and you’ll be logged into your account before you notice. Blink! employs advanced face recognition technologies to provide automatic, quick and reliable login to one or many computer users.
Reliable Login under Varying Conditions - With Blink!, you can login day or night. Sophisticated face recognition algorithms adjust for varying lighting conditions automatically, making login possible without additional training no matter whether window or artificial lighting is being used.
Changed Haircut? Swapped Glasses for Contacts? No Problem! - Advanced biometric identification algorithms used in Blink! help it cope with changes of your personal appearance. Grow or shave off beard and mustaches, use makeup or dye you hair, wear or remove glasses or contact lenses - Blink! will let you in to your PC no matter what.
Improved Security - No one remembers those long, complex passwords demanded by your corporate security policy? They don’t have to! With Blink!, users sign into their accounts by simply looking at a webcam. There are no false positives and no delays in letting authorized users into their accounts.
Catch Identity Thieves - Blink! provides additional security benefits by making it simpler to computer users to automatically unlock their PCs by simply looking into a webcam. Stolen passwords are becoming less of an issue as Blink! photographs and timestamps users every time they log in, no matter whether they use a password or biometric sign-in. Journaling account logins helps identify hijacked accounts and find out about who logged in using stolen credentials.