Extended Visual Cryptography for Natural Images

@inproceedings{Nakajima2002ExtendedVC,
  title={Extended Visual Cryptography for Natural Images},
  author={Mizuho Nakajima and Yasushi Yamaguchi},
  booktitle={WSCG},
  year={2002}
}
Extended Visual Cryptography[Ateni01] is a type of cryptography which encodes a number of images in the way that when the images on transparencies are stacked together, the hidden message appears without a trace of original images. The decryption is done directly by the human visual system with no special cryptographic calculations. This paper presents a system which takes three pictures as an input and generates two images which correspond to two of the three input pictures. The third picture… CONTINUE READING

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