Check out the example project at https://github.com/sybrin-innovations/Sybrin.SDK.Samples/tree/main/android/biometrics
The Sybrin Biometrics SDK can be used to capture and verify various biometric data such as liveness detection and facial comparison. Implementing the SDK is as easy as importing it into your dependencies list within you project. In this section we will focus on how to get the Sybrin Biometrics SDK into your project.
In your project-level
build.gradlefile, make sure to include the following
maventag inside the
url = 'https://maven.pkg.github.com/sybrin-innovations/Sybrin-Android-SDK-Biometrics'
To avoid compression of the machine learning model in the facial recognition module the following
aaptOptionis needed within the
androidtag can be found in the app level
Add the following compile options to
androidtag within the modules app-level
Next, add the dependency for the entire Sybrin Android Biometrics SDK to your module's app-level
The Sybrin Biometrics Android SDK is split into three separate modules. You can import the specific module(s) you need to reduce the size of your app by not implementing unnecessary components.
Remember to add the
aaptOptionsto the app level
build.gradlefile to prevent compression of the facial recognition machine learning model!