The IriShield USB MO 2120 is a ready-to-integrate component for single iris capture. The component includes a camera module and an USB board. Low power consumption and mobile OS support makes it suitable for using in various embedded or handheld solutions.
Each eye is illuminated by infrared LED, thus irises can be captured in various indoor and outdoor environments. The captured iris images are compliant with ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard.
IriShield – USB MK 2120U – a ready-to-use end user iris camera based on this hardware is also available.
VistaEY2H is a compact dual iris camera manufactured by Vista Imaging. Camera’s design features integrated visor for convenient iris capture.
The manufacturer specifies that the camera is able to reliably detect when the captured irises belong to real “alive” eyes. The captured images are compliant to the ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard.
Easy to use, the system can be reliably positioned by the subject with minimal instructions, or by an operator with the aid of positioning feedback LEDs on the top of the imager’s housing. The patent pending optical design of the BMT-20 includes expanded depth of field and a very large interpupillary distance range, providing effortless capture for subjects of all ages.
Intended for applications in which subjects have limited prior experience with biometrics devices, the BMT-20 is ideal for enrollment programs of all sizes, including those involving very young children.
VistaEY2P is a compact multimodal biometric device that is able to capture dual iris and face images. The device provides single gesture iris & face capture with LiveEye anti-Spoof Detection.
Irises and face capture is performed at 22″ (about 0.5 m) distance. Iris images capture is improved by using multi wavelength infra-red illumination, distance sensing technology, integrated mirror and LED-based feedback. Multi-positional iris illumination allowing authentication on most target subjects with eyewear. An integrated flash allows to capture faces in low-light environments.
The iris images are ISO/IEC 19794-6 compliant and face images are ISO/IEC 19794-5 compliant.