Iris on the Move: Acquisition of Images for Iris Recognition in Less Constrained Environments

  title={Iris on the Move: Acquisition of Images for Iris Recognition in Less Constrained Environments},
  author={James R. Matey and Oleg Naroditsky and Keith Hanna and Raymond J. Kolczynski and Dominick J. LoIacono and Shakuntala Mangru and Michael Tinker and Thomas M. Zappia and Wenyi Y. Zhao},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
Iris recognition is one of the most powerful techniques for biometric identification ever developed. Commercial systems based on the algorithms developed by John Daugman have been available since 1995 and have been used in a variety of practical applications. However, all currently available systems impose substantial constraints on subject position and motion during the recognition process. These constraints are largely driven by the image acquisition process, rather than the particular… CONTINUE READING
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