VistaFA2 from Vista Imaging is a compact multi-modal device that allows to capture iris and face images. The device uses USB 2.0 connection for communication with host devices.
The VistaFA2 acquires iris images that are compatible with ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard and face images that are compatible with ISO/IEC 19794-5 standard. Iris images are captured using the proprietary distance sensing and accurate focus analysis. Face images are captured using a 3 Mega-pixel camera with possibility to use built-in flash in low-light environments.
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.
The IriShield USB BK 2121U is a dual iris capture camera. The camera is powered via USB port and can be used with PCs and laptops, which run Microsoft Windows OS, as well as with devices which run Android or Linux OS.
The iris capture module comes in binoculars-shaped case, which means the irises are captured using fixed distance. The sealed case and infrared LED illumination makes the camera suitable for outdoor usage.
The captured iris images are compliant with ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard.
VistaEY2 is a compact dual iris and face camera manufactured by Vista Imaging.
The device is able to capture both irises simultaneously. Also the device includes 3 Megapixel camera for face capture and microphone for voice capture. The device produces standards-compliant iris and face images: the captured iris images are compliant to the ISO/IEC 19794-6 standard and the face images – to the ISO/IEC 19794-5.
The manufacturer specifies that VistaEY2 multi-positional iris illumination allows authentication on target subjects with eyewear.