Researchers from the Department of information get to identify people only by their movements

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Researchers Jesus Vegas, Carmen Hernandez and César Llamas (all three of the Department of computer science) and Manuel González (Department of applied physics) in pervasive computing research group (Percomp) the University of Valladolid, they have developed a tool to identify persons on the basis of their movements.

It's a device equipped with seven sensors that can be exchanged and are able to store data related to the temperature, inertia and movements.

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