Biometric access control for digital media streams in home networks
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P. Corcoran, C. Iancu, F. Callaly, A. Cucos, (2007) " Biometric access control for digital media streams in home networks", IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 917-925.
Methods for controlling access to digital media content in the home environment using biometric sensing techniques are described. A wireless rebroadcast system for IP-TV content was retrofitted with a combination of fingerprint authentication and face recognition modules. Family members are enrolled and new individuals may be added to the system by a master user. Access to content requires fingerprint based authentication from a wireless PDA and the system also checks dynamically if it can recognize enrolled uses amongst those "sitting on the couch".