We thought of this idea when one of us was trying to log in to Facebook and realized that they forgot their own password since it was saved all the time. We realized the inconvenience of recovering a forgotten password: the emails, the reset, all those buttons to click. Some sites take even longer than Facebook to recover password and, of course, we would much rather not go through that trouble. We came up with FacePass, a website that uses facial recognition to "log you in" to its system, providing you with a detailed array of your usernames and passwords for various sites of your choice. You can freely add and delete entries and label them with site name.
Technologies Used: Facial recognition, Browser-based photobooth, mySQL database