"In the future, you won't have to worry about losing or forgetting your keys," said Tsai Yao-pin, who teaches at the Technology and Science Institute of Northern Taiwan.
At the heart of the technology developed by his team is a chip that can detect movement in three dimensions, as used in Nintendo's Wii video game console, he said.
The technology allows users to easily unlock their doors by repeating a gesture preset in the sensor, according to Tsai.
You'll just have to be careful about your body language.
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So, the gesture could be the key, but you also will want authentication (e.g., a voice print) to ensure you're authorized to use *that* key. And once you have the authentication method, well...what's the use of the gesturekey, again?