GUC - VIsible Spectrum Smartphone Iris Video (VISSIV) Database

 

GUC - VIsible Spectrum Smartphone Iris Video (VISSIV) Database

GUC - Visible Spectrum Smartphone Iris Database consists of iris videos obtained from 31 different subjects in visible spectrum. The iris videos are obtained using two different smartphone cameras (Nokia Lumia 1020 and iPhone 5S). The videos are obtained in the unconstrained conditions under the mixed illumination consisting of natural sunlight and artificial room light. Each unique iris has 2 video samples in the database and hence a total of 248 iris videos. Each unique iris video is used to generate the presentation attack videos by replaying them on retina display enabled iPad. The total number of artefact (or spoof/presentation attack) videos in the database is 248.

Database download:

Due to mandatory guidelines on privacy of the biometric data, we are in the process of obtaining the permission from Norsk samfunnsvitenskapelig datatjeneste AS (NSD) (http://www.nsd.uib.no/) , Norway to make the database available to the public. This database is made available for purely non-profitable research and academic purpose. Any use of this database shall cite the publication:

Kiran B. Raja, R. Raghavendra, Vinay Krishna Vemuri, Christoph Busch,
‘Presentation Attack Detection in Visible Spectrum Iris Recognition Using Magnified Phase Information’ (Communicated to journal)

To obtain the database, please fill in the license agreement form and send a copy to kiran.raja@ntnu.no

Please send two copies of the signed agreement over postal mail to:
Kiran B. Raja
Norwegian Biometrics Laboratory
(Norwegian Information Security laboratory),
Gjøvik University College.
P.O.Box 19 Gjøvik N-2802, Norway

The database shall be made available upon the receipt of license agreement.