Biometric face recognition is a commonly used method to verify identity in high security areas. But what happens when body features are falsified or disguised? Sebastian Sporrer from Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences developed a new system that can differentiate between real skin and disguises. Automated biometric facial recognition systems currently in use can’t distinguish between masks and real people. Watch the video to learn more about new innovations being developed to combat the security concerns of augmented reality.
The security, privacy and ethical issues surrounding augmented reality are still budding, and given the advent of many new automated technologies, it’s important that innovation can also ensure safety in high security areas.
Check out the video below to find out more about the latest innovations for securing augmented reality.