Implementing Amazon Rekognition and Liveness Check in C# WinForms Application


I am developing a C# WinForms application and seeking guidance on integrating Amazon Rekognition for identity verification, along with a Liveness check. After initiating a session and obtaining the session ID, I am unclear on the process for starting the session in the WinForms environment. Specifically, I need to know whether to send the video frames sequentially or as a whole for the Liveness check and how to handle the verification process after acquiring the session key and before receiving the results. Is there a recommended approach or best practice for this, especially in a WinForms context? I've consulted the documentation but found no WinForms-specific information. Any insights or resources would be greatly appreciated.

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Thank you for contacting us. At the moment, we do not offer a C# SDK for Face Liveness. Our supported platforms encompass React, Android, and IOS.

Link for the SDKs:

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answered 4 months ago
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reviewed 16 days ago

Face Liveness is becoming critical to implement ID verification that weeds out bad actors. For those of us that develop mobile .Net apps (Maui, Platform.Uno, Xamarin, etc) using C# - may we ask if there's a plan to provide a .Net SDK?

answered 2 months ago

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