Detection of Contact-Lens-Based Iris Biometric Spoofs Using Stereo Imaging

@article{Hughes2013DetectionOC,
  title={Detection of Contact-Lens-Based Iris Biometric Spoofs Using Stereo Imaging},
  author={Ken Hughes and Kevin W. Bowyer},
  journal={2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2013},
  pages={1763-1772}
}
Cosmetic contact lenses can be used to spoof an iris biometric system, either to evade being matched to a watch list or in principle even to masquerade as a selected other person. Existing approaches to detecting whether or not a person is wearing cosmetic contact lenses either are limited to detecting lenses created by a particular manufacturing technology, assume knowledge of the particular pattern printed in/on the lens, or require a sequence of images. We present proof-of-concept results… CONTINUE READING
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