This webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, September 26, at 11:00 a.m. CT.
An investigator has a digital image from an unknown camera. Did a person of interest capture that image with a camera on their smartphone? Source camera identification uses small imperfections in a camera’s sensor array, called a camera fingerprint, to address this question. Most previous research and reference databases focus solely on images from smartphones’ main rear cameras. Smartphones now have front cameras and one or more rear cameras. We introduce the new CSAFE multi-camera smartphone image database and discuss how we adapt traditional camera identification methods to work on multi-camera smartphones.
Presenter: Stephanie Reinders
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