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A behaviometric is a form of biometric data. Rather than in the case of most biometrics, which record a single biological output such as a fingerprint, or a single neural code passing down the spine, a behaviometric is a measurement taken from a behavior quirk of a given individual.

Everyone has little quirks either unique to them, or shared with few others. Such may include an eyebrow tick, a particular way of walking, a tendency to nervously cough or get into a set routine, as examples.

One or more likely several such behaviometrics can be monitored over time, as part of a security process to verify the user is indeed who they are supposed to be. Unlike most forms of biometric, behaviometric data has little use in the actual VR interface, and is more geared exclusively for security and identity verification uses.

See Also: Biometrics, Biometric, Behaviometrics

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