Naor and Shamir proposed the visual cryptography in 1995, they encrypted secret image into two meaningless random images, called shares, and it can be decrypted by human vision without any calculations. However, there would be problems in alignment when these two shares are staked by hand in practical. Therefore, this paper presents the fault-tolerant schemes of stacking two shares which are acquired from secret image encryption without pixel expansion. The main idea of these schemes is combining several pixels to be a unit, then encrypting every unit into a specific combination of pixels. It makes visual secret sharing scheme more practical.
|MATEC Web of Conferences
|Published - 2 Aug 2016
|1st International Conference on Computing and Precision Engineering, ICCPE 2015 - Sun Moon Lake Teacher's Hostel, Nantou, Taiwan
Duration: 27 Nov 2015 → 29 Nov 2015
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)