A Smart Spoofing Face Detector by Display Features Analysis
AbstractIn this paper, a smart face liveness detector is proposed to prevent the biometric system from being “deceived” by the video or picture of a valid user that the counterfeiter took with a high definition handheld device (e.g., iPad with retina display). By analyzing the characteristics of the display platform and using an expert decision-making core, we can effectively detect whether a spoofing action comes from a fake face displayed in the high definition display by verifying the chromaticity regions in the captured face. That is, a live or spoof face can be distinguished precisely by the designed optical image sensor. To sum up, by the proposed method/system, a normal optical image sensor can be upgraded to a powerful version to detect the spoofing actions. The experimental results prove that the proposed detection system can achieve very high detection rate compared to the existing methods and thus be practical to implement directly in the authentication systems. View Full-Text
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Lai, C.; Tai, C. A Smart Spoofing Face Detector by Display Features Analysis. Sensors 2016, 16, 1136.
Lai C, Tai C. A Smart Spoofing Face Detector by Display Features Analysis. Sensors. 2016; 16(7):1136.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lai, ChinLun; Tai, ChiuYuan. 2016. "A Smart Spoofing Face Detector by Display Features Analysis." Sensors 16, no. 7: 1136.
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