Offering two separate inlays within the ring, the top inlay allows users to share public information with friends, like a Twitter username, using a bump gesture with another device.
The bottom inlay is used to perform more private actions like unlocking your smartphone or placing the palm of your hand on the front door of your home to unlock an NFC-enabled door lock.
Conceptually, the bottom inlay is more secure since the user can clench their fist to protect from any actions or simply keep their hands face down and away from devices. The bottom inlay is also significantly smaller than the top inlay, thus providing additional security for private data and making public data easier to share with an acquaintance.
The read distance is extremely short at just one millimeter and the two inlays to “generate cross talk” in case anyone around you is attempting to read information at a distance using a high-powered antenna.
- NFC application
- Access control
|Size||Various sizes available, or customized size|
|Chip||Ultralight, NTAG 213, NTAG 215, NTAG 216, TOPAZ512, etc|
|Memory||512 bits, 144 Byte, 504 Byte, 888 Byte, etc|
|Reading or Writing Distance||1-10cm, depends on the reader and environment|