Visual Cryptography with QR-Code Transparencies
In conventional Visual Cryptography, the generated transparency is either meaningless or meaningful. However, even if the generated transparencies are meaningful, they are just with rough look of a meaningful picture. In this paper, the encoded transparencies are also QR-codes that can be decoded by common QR-code scanner that can be ained in mobile phone. Therefore, people can get more information of this transparencies by scanning the QR-code transparencies.
KeywordsVisual Cryptography QR-code
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