Hand Motion with Eyes-free Interaction for Authentication in Virtual Reality
PubDate: May 2020
Teams: Jinan university
Writers: Yujun Lu; BoYu Gao; Jinyi Long; Jian Weng
Designing an authentication method is a crucial component to secure privacy in information systems. Virtual Reality (VR) is a new interaction platform, in which the users can interact with natural behaviours (e.g. hand, gaze, head, etc.). In this work, we propose a novel authentication method in which user can perform hand motion in an eyes-free manner. We evaluate the usability and security between eyes-engage and eyes-free input with a pilot study. The initial result revealed our purposed method can achieve a trade-off between usability and security, showing a new way to behaviour-based authentication in VR.