Sony could put an end to the use of the password to access the console. This is what we learn from a patent recently filed by the Japanese manufacturer, according to which the controller, through the use of integrated sensors, could be able to recognize the player, without the need to enter codes.
This is a great convenience, which would reduce the risk of showing your password to prying eyes, or leaving a session open with your credentials on another user's console.
Situations of this kind would therefore be avoided, as described in the patent. The sensors called to intervene will be the most common ones – accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer – configured to work in synchrony, to ensure fun, a renewed level of involvement, and greater safety.
Even if it remains to understand the detailed functioning of a recognition system that does not use biometric scanners, Sony's solution currently remains only on paper, so we do not know if it will be ready for the debut of the PlayStation 5 or if it will remain so.
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