Holograms are widely used on various security documents including banknotes. They change their appearance depending on the viewing angle and lighting conditions. Consequently, they are hard to forge but also hard to inspect, especially for laypeople. We investigated hologram inspection with off-the-shelf mobile devices within an extensive research effort, involving detection and inspection including an in-depth treatment of human-computer interaction.
- Feasibility of hologram recording and inspection
- Feasibility of hologram detection
- Automatic hologram inspection
- Design of holograms for mobile inspection
Notes: These approaches were developed at Graz University of Technology for Bundesdruckerei GmbH.
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