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Footstep Sensors Identify People by Gait

A supersensitive detector system can also glean clues about health
Stanford CEE Professor Hae Young Noh and a team of researchers developed remote sensors that analyze footsteps by measuring minute floor vibrations. They have used those vibrations to identify specific individuals walking through a building and to test a new method of hands-off health monitoring.
 
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