Highcapacity data-hiding for 3D meshes based on static arithmetic coding

Abstract

3D meshes are widely used today in very different domains for example; game, medical diagnostic, CAD (computed aided design) or more recently 3-D printing. In this paper, we provide a new data hiding method that has a huge capacity, cp = 3c(n - 1), where n is the vertex number of the mesh and c is an integer. The proposed method consists to compute a Hamiltonian path along the mesh as synchronization. At each step of path building, 3c bits are embedded. The embedding is designed to be a distance relation between a vertex and its father in the path. Moreover, the method uses static arithmetic coding to embed message information. We analyzed the proposed method by inserting RGB images in 3D meshes.

DOI: 10.1109/ICIP.2015.7351673

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@article{Itier2015HighcapacityDF, title={Highcapacity data-hiding for 3D meshes based on static arithmetic coding}, author={Vincent Itier and William Puech and Jean-Pierre Pedeboy}, journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP)}, year={2015}, pages={4575-4579} }