Demonstrating Eye Movement Biometrics in Virtual Reality

  title={Demonstrating Eye Movement Biometrics in Virtual Reality},
  author={Dillon James Lohr and Saide Johnson and Samantha Aziz and Oleg V. Komogortsev},
Thanks to the eye-tracking sensors that are embedded in emerging consumer devices like the Vive Pro Eye, we demonstrate that it is feasible to deliver user authentication via eye movement biometrics. 

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