S3D Watermarking
Explanation: Stereoscopic 3D(S3D) method, which is also referred to as stereo image recording (SIR), uses two cameras horizontally located in different positions to capture left and right views for the same front scene. In a SIR based transmission system, captured stereoscopic images are transmitted to viewers, and they can experience 3D perception using a 3D display with 3D glasses. Because capturing a scene with two cameras acts like the two eyes of a human, this enables viewers to experience a high quality viewing environment. Since visual fatigue is very important in terms of 3D contents, we propose a blind watermarking method that minimizes the increase in visual fatigue.
Embedding
Select the left image to be watermarked
(Filename must be written in English or numeric)

Select the right image to be watermarked
(Filename must be written in English or numeric)

Set its password

Adjust watermark strength
Detection
Select the watermarked image to be verified
(Filename must be written in English or numeric)

Insert its password

Set JPEG attack strength

Set Noise attack strength

Set filtering attack strength