CES 2014: Myris Is A Personal Iris Scanner You’ll Actually Want [Video]

Eye identification for the rest of us.

Iris identification is great for its accuracy, but the gadgets to make it happen can be expensive or unwieldy–and usually not great for personal use. Enter EyeLock and its myris, a cheap, beautiful, simple gadget for iris ID’ing.

The myris connects to your computer through a USB port, and works on Chrome, Mac, and Windows systems. It takes a brief–one-second-ish–video, then registers your passwords to your iris. You can then log in to multiple sites–your Facebook, your email–and open them all, by simply holding the device up to your eye. Easy and intuitive.

There’s not a set release date or price, but the company estimates it’ll be coming in the second half of this year and cost less than $300.