Iris recognition technology is based on the fact that the complex random patterns in each iris of an individual are unique and stable and can be seen from some distance, quite unlike retinal scanning. It is a widely used automated biometric identification method today. Search with the database of enrolled templates is extremely quick with a low false-match rate. Many million people around the world form the database for iris recognition systems.
Iris recognition is being used successfully in many passport-free automated border-crossing programs and also in national ID programs. The system works fine with eyeglasses, clear contact lenses and non-mirrored sunglasses. For more info visit, IrisRecog.com