27 February 2012 Iris imaging system with adaptive optical elements
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Iris recognition utilizes distinct patterns found in the human iris to perform identification. Image acquisition is a critical first step toward successful operation of iris recognition systems. However, the quality of iris images required by standard iris recognition algorithms puts stringent constraints on the imaging systems, which results in a constrained capture volume. We have incorporated adaptive optical elements to expand the capture volume of a 3-m stand-off iris recognition system.
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Junoh Choi, Junoh Choi, Kevin R. Dixon, Kevin R. Dixon, David V. Wick, David V. Wick, Brett E. Bagwell, Brett E. Bagwell, Grant H. Soehnel, Grant H. Soehnel, Brian F. Clark, Brian F. Clark, "Iris imaging system with adaptive optical elements," Journal of Electronic Imaging 21(1), 013004 (27 February 2012). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.21.1.013004 . Submission:
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