Abstract

Multispectral imaging of skin represents a novel method to make an improved biometric determination of identity. Multispectral imaging provides a means to image both the surface characteristics and subsurface skin features, offering the promise of a sensor that has improved performance, works under adverse conditions and is difficult to spoof.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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