Nymi, a wristband from the company Bionym (retails for $79) measures your distinctive electrocardiogram signal.
This signal could then communicate wirelessly with payment terminals, cars, and other devices without you having to do anything, unlike other biometric technologies (e.g. fingerprinting or retinal scans).
Why is this cool?
If you saw Larry’s OKR video earlier this month, you know solving authentication is one of our big bets for this year.
What do you think of the future of biometric tools?