In this article, I am going to discuss an easy method to extract user touch gesture data from React Native App by only using the touch screen.
Continuous User Authentication is one of the up-and-coming research areas of the decade. Researchers use many types of methods to extract user data to train models and evaluate them using parameters such as fault acceptance rate (FAR), False Error Rate (FER), and F1 Score for continuous user authentication.
According to a study by Heng Zhang of the Center for Automation Research, a sensor hand was used to get user touch gestures from mobile phones. But when it comes to practical scenarios, this approach is not suitable. In this article, I am going to discuss an easy method to extract user touch gesture data from mobile apps by only using the touch screen.
Note: If you have no idea about how to set up a React Native app, please refer to the official setup guide.