GLOBAL RAINMAKERS, INC.
|GLOBAL RAINMAKERS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140112550||METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR BIOMETRIC RECOGNITION - High quality, sharply focused images of an iris and the face of a person are acquired in rapid succession in either sequence by a single sensor and one or more illuminators, preferably within less than one second of each other, by changing the sensor settings or illumination levels between each acquisition.||04-24-2014|
|20120239458||Measuring Effectiveness of Advertisements and Linking Certain Consumer Activities Including Purchases to Other Activities of the Consumer - A method for linking online computer activity with non-online consumer activity by creating a unique identifier for each consumer; storing online and non-online consumer activity in a database indexed by the unique identifier; and modifying online or non-online consumer offerings based on processing the stored online and non-online consumer activity.||09-20-2012|
|20120187838||Method of Reducing Visibility of Pulsed Illumination While Acquiring High Quality Imagery - A method of providing active illumination during biometry that utilizes pulsed lighting synchronized to frame acquisition. Two distinct illumination modalities are provided: the first maximizes the quality of images captured by the imaging system, and the second minimizes the overall illumination perceived by the user in combination with the first. The two modalities are provided substantially simultaneously. The first modality always includes a set of pulses synchronized with frame acquisition. The second modality may be either a second set of pulses not synchronized with frame acquisition or constant background illumination. The two modalities may be generated by two separate sources of illumination or by the same single illumination source. Adding the second modality to the first reduces user discomfort and the chances of an epileptic response as compared to using the first modality alone. The two modalities may have different wavelengths, pulse durations, or intensities.||07-26-2012|
|20120127295||MIRROR SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ACQUIRING BIOMETRIC DATA - A system and method for obtaining biometric imagery such as iris imagery from large capture volumes is disclosed wherein a substantially rotationally symmetric mirror such as a cone or sphere is rotated at a constant velocity about a central axis.||05-24-2012|
|20110211054||Mirror system and method for acquiring biometric data - A system and method for obtaining biometric imagery such as iris imagery from large capture volumes is disclosed wherein a substantially rotationally symmetric mirror such as a cone or sphere is rotated at a constant velocity about a central axis.||09-01-2011|
|20110119111||Measuring Effectiveness of Advertisements and Linking Certain Consumer Activities Including Purchases to Other Activities of the Consumer - A method for linking online computer activity with non-online consumer activity by creating a unique identifier for each consumer; storing online and non-online consumer activity in a database indexed by the unique identifier; and modifying online or non-online consumer offerings based on processing the stored online and non-online consumer activity.||05-19-2011|
|20110007949||METHODS FOR PERFORMING BIOMETRIC RECOGNITION OF A HUMAN EYE AND CORROBORATION OF SAME - A method of biometric recognition is provided. Multiple images of the face or other non-iris image and iris of an individual are acquired. If the multiple images are determined to form an expected sequence of images, the face and iris images are associated together. A single camera preferably acquires both the iris and face images by changing at least one of the zoom, position, or dynamic range of the camera. The dynamic range can be adjusted by at least one of adjusting the gain settings of the camera, adjusting the exposure time, and/or adjusting the illuminator brightness. The expected sequence determination can be made by determining if the accumulated motion vectors of the multiple images is consistent with an expected set of motion vectors and/or ensuring that the iris remains in the field of view of all of the multiple images.||01-13-2011|
|20110002510||OPERATOR INTERFACE FOR FACE AND IRIS RECOGNITION DEVICES - A primarily hand-held or adjustable-mount iris recognition device wherein feedback to the operator is provided by visible illumination or imagery projected onto the face of the subject, as well as an audio signal, while infra-red illumination is projected onto the face of the subject as an illumination source for an iris recognition process. When the device is pointed in the direction of the subject, the infra-red illumination is directed to illuminate primarily the eye region whereas the visible illumination is directed to illuminate primarily other regions including the cheeks. The visible illumination is configured such that the position of the visible illumination on the face indicates to the operator whether the iris recognition device is pointed in the correct direction and at the correct distance for optimal iris recognition. The brightness of the visible illumination is modified in response to the result of an eye detection process performed on the iris recognition device, and the brightness, color and other attributes of the visible illumination or the audio signal are modified in response to the result of eye-finding or other process, including the results of an iris recognition process.||01-06-2011|
|20100253816||Biometric Camera Mount System - A system for reducing the substantially vertical extent of a wide-area biometric system and for reducing the cost and complexity of installation while maintaining high biometric performance, using a substantially horizontally configuration of cameras, preferably with an attention mechanism, and using a precision calibration system that can be used by an unskilled technician and that does not require an accurate site survey or additional materials or equipment.||10-07-2010|
|20100232655||System and method for Iris Data Acquisition for Biometric Identification - A system and related method for acquiring high quality images of the iris of an unconstrained subject comprising a camera; a controllable focusing component; a focus controller component that controls the lens to focus at successively different points within a focus range, such focus control performed without any input from measurement of whether the image is in focus or out of focus, be it based from measurements of the image or other distance metrics to the subject; and a sharpness detection component that rejects the most out-of-focus images based on measurement of focus on the image is disclosed.||09-16-2010|
Patent applications by GLOBAL RAINMAKERS, INC.