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Sony intros smallest USB finger vein reader

12/01, 11:15am

Sony mofiria vein reader smallest in the industry

Sony in Japan on Tuesday introduced the smallest USB biometric scanner for reading users' finger vein patterns, the FVA-U1. Sony calls the technology mofiria and maintains it is more accurate and secure than fingerprint readers as it relies on unique blood vein patterns inside a user's finger. The FVA-U1 attaches to PCs using a USB 2.0 connection and is the market's smallest and lightest.

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Sony intros Mofiria vein authentication tech

02/02, 4:40pm

Sony Mofiria security tech

Taking user authentication to the next level, Sony on Monday has introduced a new type of technology with its finger vein authentication called mofiria. Sony claims the new tech offers greater accuracy and resistance to forgery as it relies on finger vein patterns that are inside a user's body. Mofiria relies on a CMOS sensor that reads scattered light through the finger that originates from a near-infrared LED light. The mofiria sensor can be made small enough to fit on notebook computers and mobile devices.

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