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Member Since: September 14, 2011

Country: United States

  • You people may want to check out the BeagleBone Black. Opensource. All hardware seems to be source-able in small quantities.

  • Correct me if I'm wrong: I understand, the 506 bytes template is only available once the third print was taken during enrollment. Then it can be downloaded by the enrollment ID. (Should look at the C++ demo code ... but I don't have any inclination right now ... sorry!)

    If the template IS available after scanning the finger, it is probably what you are looking for. It must be some sort of 'summary' of the print - so to say. Then it would be enough to simply compare it with other templates in the database. Perhaps applying some tolerance. I would capture the same print and create a template several times. Then see the differences between the templates. This would give some idea regarding the tolerance/deviation. Perhaps it leads somewhere.

    It seems one can download the picture of the captured print though.

    I tried finding a 'fingerprint identification algorithm' 'for embedded systems' - none of them gave the actual algorithm ... maybe you are luckier or more patient ... pls tell us if you solved it. :)

  • If you don't have access to a several hundred dollars worth of scope, measure the current consumption of the ID-2. When it is at maximum, the coil is tuned. I achieve 17-18 cm with a card. Hand-made coil, as it is described in the document.

  • Is there a BEZEL available for this? Thanks.

  • What capacity card does it accept? 1G, 2G, 32 GB?
    Also what is the file system: fat 12, 16, 32?

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