Digital Image Watermarking Application (DIWAPS

Report
Digital Image Watermarking Application
(DIWAPS)
for Android Smartphone
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Presented By:
Student
Abdul Khaliq Bin Abd Halid
Supervisor
Miss Hazinah Binti Kutty Mammi
Introduction
Introduction
Problem
Introduction
WHY ?
• Digitally sign user’s images/photos.
• Claim and maintain the recognition.
• Avoid the conflicts and headaches with plagiarists who claim they didn't know that yours.
• Proof of ownership.
Introduction
Aim
To develop an application that can help to protect the
the images uploaded by smartphone user on the internet.
identity, ownership and copyright of
Introduction
Objectives
i.
To study digital image watermarking techniques and the current system.
ii.
To design and develop a digital image watermarking application.
iii. To test the developed application.
Introduction
Scope
i.
This project focuses on digital image watermarking on jpeg formatted images.
ii.
The application are developed specifically for Android-based
iii. Focuses only on image taken using smartphone’s
camera.
smartphone only.
Literature Review
Literature Review
Visible Watermark
Invisible Watermark
Watermark is embedded
on the image visibly
Watermark is hidden
throughout image code
Watermark
Literature Review
Watermarking Techniques
Pros
Discrete Cosine
Transform
Discrete Wavelet
Transform
i.
ii.
Lacks of basic robustness
Vulnerable to noise & geometric
attacks
Acceptable robustness level
More practical
i.
Vulnerable to cropping
Better than DCT
i. More complex
ii. Higher processing consumption
iii. Longer processing time
LSB
i.
ii.
Easy to implement
Low degradation of image quality
DCT
i.
ii.
Least Significant Bit
DWT
i.
Cons
Literature Review
Current Application
Instawatermark
Pros
i.
ii.
Many watermark pattern option
Sharing option
Cons
i. Image get blurry
ii. Paid apps
iii. Keep crashing
Literature Review
Current Application
HymnMark
Pros
i.
ii.
Many watermark options
Fast processing
Cons
i.
ii.
Poor user interface
Vulnerable to simple image editing
Literature Review
Invisible Watermark
Visible Watermark
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DIWAPS
Visible Watermark
Invisible Watermark
System Requirements
System Requirements
Visible Watermark
• Lot of watermark pattern
• Does not degrade image quality
!
Invisible Watermark
• Acceptable robustness level
• Image quality
• User friendly
• Performance wise
Hardware/Software Requirements
HW/SW Requirements
HW/SW
Specification
Operating System
Android 4.1 & above
Processor
1.5 GHz & above
RAM
1 GB & above
Camera
5 Megapixel & above
HW/SW Requirements
HW/SW
Specification
Operating System
Windows 7 & above
Processor
Any processor with clock
frequency above 2.5 GHz
RAM
8 GB
HW/SW Requirements
Development Tools
Official Android
Development Tools
Fastest Android Emulator
Methodology
Methodology
Rapid Application Development (RAD)
- Apps flow & design
- System requirements
Prototype to determine its
rationality & functionality
Test on the application
Official application release
Initial Design
Initial Design
Overall System Architecture
Watermarked
Image
MAC
address
Original Image
Invisible
Watermarking
Embedder
Upload
Embed
Viisible
Watermarking
Embedder
Visibly Watermarked
Image
Detect
Watermarked Original Image
Image
Save
Invisible
Watermarking
Detector
Detected
watermark
Phone’s storage
SD Card
Internet
Initial Design
Use Case
Initial Design
Sequential Diagram
Visible Watermark
Initial Design
Sequential Diagram
Invisible Watermark
Initial Design
Sequential Diagram
Watermark Detection
Initial Design
Early Interface Design
Visible Watermark
Initial Design
Early Interface Design
Invisible Watermark
Initial Design
Early Interface Design
Watermark Detection
Future Work
Future Work
Task
Phase 1: System Development
Prototype
Actual
Test & Repair
Upload
Study
5 days
1.2 Review and adjust design
2 days
Review
1.3 Finalized design
4 days
Finalize
Phase 2: Execution and Testing
44 days
2.1 Build prototype
14 days
2.2 Execute & test prototypes
5 days
2.3 Build actual application
18 days
2.4 Test and repair any bugs
5 days
2.5 Upload to Google Play Store
3 days
Development
Documentation
14 days
3.1 Write chapter 5
6 days
3.2 Write chapter 6
5 days
Report
3.3 Submit to supervisor
1 day
Submit
3.4 Make correction
3 days
Phase 4: Report Submission and Presentation
Presentation
11 days
1.1 Study in depth
Phase 3: Documentation
Final Report
Duration
6 days
4.1 Submit full report
1 day
4.2 Prepare for presentation
4 days
4.3 Project presentation
1 day
Phase 5: Final report Production
12 days
5.1 Correction on project report
7 days
5.2 Production of final full report
3 days
5.3 Production of hard bind report
2 days
Correction
Done
Conclusion
Conclusion
Wrap it up
• DIWAPS – Multi watermarking apps (invisible + visible)
• Useful to proof ownership, authorship and to make plagiarist life harder

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