You can use as complicated as a password that you want, but it will not do you much good if someone is possible to watch or record up to enter it. Researcher Andréa Bianchi, Ian Oakley and Dong-Soo Kwon has some ideas to overcome the small problems, however, and recently put together a video showing some of the opportunities they have come up with.
All that is dependent on system haptic input - either alone or together with any audio (through headphones for privacy). That includes things like a special haptic keypad or the haptic wheel, and different methods that can take advantage of a haptic display on a Smartphone.
As you can see in the video after the break, some of these options may be a little more time consuming than an easy to remember password, but it’s certainly lots of potential applications in which safety would trump convenience.
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