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Preserving the Privacy of a Private Image using Visual Cryptography


M.Baskar , R.M.K.College of Engineering and Technology ; T.Gnanasekaran, R.M.K.College of Engineering and Technology ; B.Saranya, Tech Mahindra


Face Swapping, Face De-Identification, Face, Privacy, Visual Cryptography


Preserving the privacy of pictures keeps exploitation face de identification and face swapping is unreliable since these techniques reduced the chance of automatic face recognition, so the first image is lost. So as to supply additional security to the digital image, visual cryptography is planned. during this case, personal face image is dithered into two host face pictures that square measure keep in two different online servers specified the private image is discovered only each sheets square measure at the same time accessible. At a similar time, the individual sheet pictures don't reveal the identity of the non-public image. 1) The possibility of hiding a private face image in two host face images and successful matching of face images reconstructed from the sheets. 2) The inability of sheets to reveal the identity of the private face image.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I2757
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2015
Page(s): 1042-1046

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