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Three-dimensional image authentication scheme using sparse phase information in double random phase encoded integral imaging

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Abstract

In recent years, many studies have focused on authentication of two-dimensional (2D) images using double random phase encryption techniques. However, there has been little research on three-dimensional (3D) imaging systems, such as integral imaging, for 3D image authentication. We propose a 3D image authentication scheme based on a double random phase integral imaging method. All of the 2D elemental images captured through integral imaging are encrypted with a double random phase encoding algorithm and only partial phase information is reserved. All the amplitude and other miscellaneous phase information in the encrypted elemental images is discarded. Nevertheless, we demonstrate that 3D images from integral imaging can be authenticated at different depths using a nonlinear correlation method. The proposed 3D image authentication algorithm can provide enhanced information security because the decrypted 2D elemental images from the sparse phase cannot be easily observed by the naked eye. Additionally, using sparse phase images without any amplitude information can greatly reduce data storage costs and aid in image compression and data transmission.

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