Microsoft has been working hard to beef up Windows 10 with enterprise-grade security, making sure that both consumers and businesses are protected from threats. One particular feature in Windows 10 is called Windows Hello, which allows users to seamlessly and securely log into their PCs. Windows Hello supports three types of biometric entry, which includes fingerprint recognition, iris, and facial recognition.
“With Windows Hello, you’ll be able to just show your face, or touch your finger, to new devices running Windows 10 and be immediately recognized. And not only is Windows Hello more convenient than typing a password – it’s more secure! Our system enables you to authenticate applications, enterprise content, and even certain online experiences without a password being stored on your device or in a network server at all,” Microsoft explained in an official blog post back in March of this year.
Using an Intel RealSense 3D Camera, the good folks over at WinSupersite have put together a video demonstration of Windows Hello on Windows 10. Thanks to the Windows 10 SDK build 10158 from two weeks ago, third party hardware can now use Windows Hello facial recognition. Check out the demonstration below.