Eagle-Eyes: A System for Iris Recognition at a Distance

  title={Eagle-Eyes: A System for Iris Recognition at a Distance},
  author={Faisal I. Bashir and Pablo Casaverde and David Usher and Mark Friedman},
  journal={2008 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security},
In recent years the human iris has established itself as a robust, highly accurate biometric. Academic research of iris biometrics is expanding and several iris recognition products have become commercially available. Conventional iris recognition systems impose constraints with regard to a subjects proximity to the device as well as their movement. Recent innovations in iris acquisition systems and recognition algorithms have aimed to relax these constraints. This paper discusses the design of… CONTINUE READING
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