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How to Add Photo ID Capture and Face Matching to Your Web or Mobile Application

Please note that the Oz Liveness Mobile SDK does not include a user interface for scanning official documents. You may need to explore alternative SDKs that offer that functionality or implement it on your own. Web SDK does include a simple photo ID capture screen.
This guide describes the steps needed to add face matching to your liveness check.
By this time you should have already implemented liveness video recording and liveness check. If not, please refer to these guides:

Adding Photo ID Capture Step to Web SDK

Simply add photo_id_front to the list of actions for the plugin, e.g.,
OzLiveness.open({
lang: 'en',
action: [
'photo_id_front',
'video_selfie_blank'
],
...
});

Adding Face Matching to Android SDK

For the purpose of this guide, it is assumed that your reference photo (e.g., front side of an ID) is stored on the device as reference.jpg.
Modify the code that runs the analysis as follows:
Kotlin
Java
private fun analyzeMedia(mediaList: List<OzAbstractMedia>) {
val refFile = File(context.filesDir, "reference.jpg")
val refMedia = OzAbstractMedia.OzDocumentPhoto(
OzMediaTag.PhotoIdFront , // OzMediaTag.PhotoSelfie for a non-ID photo
refFile.absolutePath
)
AnalysisRequest.Builder()
.addAnalysis(Analysis(Analysis.Type.QUALITY, Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED, mediaList))
.addAnalysis(Analysis(Analysis.Type.BIOMETRY, Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED, mediaList + refMedia))
.build()
.run(object : AnalysisRequest.AnalysisListener {
override fun onSuccess(result: List<OzAnalysisResult>) {
result.forEach {
println(it.resolution.name)
println(it.folderId)
}
}
override fun onError(error: OzException) {
error.printStackTrace()
}
})
}
private void analyzeMedia(List<OzAbstractMedia> mediaList) {
File refFile = new File(context.getFilesDir(), "reference.jpg");
OzAbstractMedia refMedia = new OzAbstractMedia.OzDocumentPhoto(
OzMediaTag.PhotoIdFront , // OzMediaTag.PhotoSelfie for a non-ID photo
refFile.getAbsolutePath()
);
ArrayList<OzAbstractMedia> mediaWithReferencePhoto = new ArrayList<>(mediaList);
mediaWithReferencePhoto.add(refMedia);
new AnalysisRequest.Builder()
.addAnalysis(new Analysis(Analysis.Type.QUALITY, Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED, mediaList, Collections.emptyMap()))
.addAnalysis(new Analysis(Analysis.Type.BIOMETRY, Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED, mediaWithReferencePhoto, Collections.emptyMap()))
.build()
.run(new AnalysisRequest.AnalysisListener() {
@Override public void onStatusChange(@NonNull AnalysisRequest.AnalysisStatus analysisStatus) {}
@Override
public void onSuccess(@NonNull List<OzAnalysisResult> list) {
String folderId = list.get(0).getFolderId();
}
@Override
public void onError(@NonNull OzException e) { e.printStackTrace(); }
});
}
For on-device analyses, you can change the analysis mode from Analysis.Mode.SERVER_BASED to Analysis.Mode.ON_DEVICE
Check also the Android sample app source code.

Adding Face Matching to iOS SDK

For the purpose of this guide, it is assumed that your reference photo (e.g., front side of an ID) is stored on the device as reference.jpg.
Modify the code that runs the analysis as follows:
let imageURL = URL(fileURLWithPath: NSTemporaryDirectory())
.appendingPathComponent("reference.jpg")
let refMedia = OZMedia.init(movement: .selfie,
mediaType: .movement,
metaData: nil,
videoURL: nil,
bestShotURL: imageUrl,
preferredMediaURL: nil,
timestamp: Date())
var mediaBiometry = [OZMedia]()
mediaBiometry.append(refMedia)
mediaBiometry.append(contentsOf: mediaToAnalyze)
let analysisRequest = AnalysisRequestBuilder()
let analysisBiometry = Analysis.init(media: mediaBiometry, type: .biometry, mode: .serverBased)
let analysisQuality = Analysis.init(media: mediaToAnalyze, type: .quality, mode: .serverBased)
analysisRequest.addAnalysis(analysisBiometry)
analysisRequest.addAnalysis(analysisQuality)
analysisRequest.uploadMedia(mediaBiometry)
analysisRequest.run(
scenarioStateHandler: { state in }, // scenario steps progress handler
uploadProgressHandler: { (progress) in } // file upload progress handler
) { (analysisResults : [OzAnalysisResult], error) in
// receive and handle analyses results here
for result in analysisResults {
print(result.resolution)
print(result.folderID)
}
}
For on-device analyses, you can change the analysis mode from mode: .serverBased to mode: .onDevice
Check also the iOS sample app source code.

Final notes for all SDKs

You will be able to access your media and analysis results in Web UI via browser or programmatically via API.
Oz API methods as well as Mobile and Web SDK methods can be combined with great flexibility. Explore the options available in the Developer Guide section.