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Brand New Payment Method: Shinhan Card Face Pay
Jeon Jae-hyun  |  Jjaehyun97@hanyang.ac.kr
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On March 16, 2020, Shinhan Card, a firm that works closely with Hanyang University (HYU) in terms of student card service, will present a new payment method: Face Pay. It will be implemented in several places such as Hanyang Plaza (CU and restaurants) and restaurants on seventh floor in the College of Human Ecology, first basement level and seventh floor in the Advanced Materials & Chemical Engineering building, and in the Student Residence Halls I and II. The devices are sorted into two: Registration (Face-to-Face, Non-Faceto-Face (Kiosk)) and Payment (POS, Ticket machine). Students’ facial features can be recorded and registered within a minute by these devices as facial data and later be separated into several places to be stored by quantum mechanics tech. With mobile phone authentication, it enhances security and prevents data leak. Within a second, using 3D camera and IR beam to scan, Face Pay can be made in different angles, no matter how many people are around, how small or tall, or even how far students are away from the machine. Shinhan Face Pay is now more focused on minimizing its size in terms of reducing its cost and enhancing its performance. As it is a privileged service only available for HYU students, using Face Pay is highly recommended, especially to students residing in the dormitory who might be more comfortable with the service and to those who do not have any alternatives if they ever lost Shinhan student ID card, other than paying more money to buy the card again.  

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