Computer Graphics and Visualization Lab
Department of Computer Science at Purdue University

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-| This NSF project (Award #0913875) seeks to provide methods to embed into a physical object information for a variety of purposes, including genuinity detection, tamper detection, and multiple appearance generation. Genuinity detection refers to encoding fragile or robust signatures so that a copy, or tampered, version can be differentiated from the original object. Multiple appearance generation refers to generalizing the encoded information from a signature to a different appearance of the same physical object. The project also includes the development of underlying infrastructure for 3D model acquisition and for appearance/signature creation and extraction using projector-based illumination.  |+| This project (primarily funded by NSF Award #0913875) seeks to provide methods to embed into a physical object information for a variety of purposes, including genuinity detection, tamper detection, and multiple appearance generation. Genuinity detection refers to encoding fragile or robust signatures so that a copy, or tampered, version can be differentiated from the original object. Multiple appearance generation refers to generalizing the encoded information from a signature to a different appearance of the same physical object. The project also includes the development of underlying infrastructure for 3D model acquisition and for appearance/signature creation and extraction using projector-based illumination.  |
 

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