Leveraging 3D Benefits for Authentication
Jonathan Gurary1Ye Zhu1Huirong Fu2
1. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering2. Department of Computer Science,Oakland University
摘要：Devices with 3 D capabilities are quickly gaining in popularity.In this paper,we propose to bring authentication into the third dimension.We define the concept of a 3 D authentication scheme based on physical and psychological advantages of 3 D.We implement an example of 3 D authentication:3 DPass,to demonstrate the superiority of the 3 D approach.Our security analysis of 3 DPass demonstrates that 3 DPass can exceed the password space of an 8 character alphanumeric password with just 6 choices.Our user study finds that 3 DPass has superior memorability versus traditional alphanumeric passwords:98% vs 83% recall rates after one week.We find that passwords in our scheme can be entered in 21 seconds on average when used with the Oculus Rift.We find that using the Oculus Rift improves entry time compared to a traditional 2 D display,despite having no impact on presence（the feeling of "being there"） or user preference.
The 13th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing （WiCOM 2017）