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May 30 - The hi-tech tattoo that could replace ALL your passwords: Motorola reveals plans for ink and even pills to identify us

Article: Technology For A Global Monetary System
 

Motorola has announced it is looking at alternatives to traditional passwords in a bid to make logging into online sites, or accessing mobile phones, more secure. Among the ideas discussed at the D11 conference in California on Wednesday were electronic tattoos and authentication pills that people swallow.

The tattoos, developed by Massachusetts-based engineering firm MC10, contain flexible electronic circuits that are attached to the wearer's skin using a rubber stamp. A researcher at the University of Illinois used standard CMOS semiconductor computer chip technologies to create the Biostamp.

The Biostamp can monitor temperature, hydration and strain, among other medical statistics. The first prototypes were stuck on using an plaster-style patches. More recent prototypes are applied directly to the skin using a rubber stamp.It can then be covered with spray-on bandage to make it more durable and waterproof enough to wash. The MC10 Biostamp is said to last up to two weeks before it starts to come loose.

Motorola claims that the circuits, which also contain antennae and built-in sensors, could be adapted to work with mobile phones and tablets. The mobile devices could then be used to confirm the owner's identity and log them in to accounts automatically. This would prevent thieves and other people from being able to access a phone, or individual apps on the device, if it is stolen or lost.

Another idea presented during the keynote talk at the Wall Street Journal conference with head of Motorola Dennis Woodside and senior vice president for advanced technology and products, Regina Dugan, was a swallowable pill.

The Proteus Digital Health pill contains a computer chip and a switch. Once swallowed, the acid in the wearer's stomach causes electrolytes to turn the switch on and off. This creates an 18-bit ECG-like signal that can be picked up by mobile devices and authentication hardware to verify the wearer is the correct owner of the device or account. It can also monitor heart rate.
 

 

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