ENCRYPTION THREE-DIMENSION IMAGE USING TINY ALGORITHM
Keywords:Tiny Encryption Algorithm, Tea Encryption, Three-dimension (3D) pictures
The development of systems allows providing the capability of using three-dimension (3D) pictures over the internet especially in social media. In previous years, animation pictures and videos are not used in the internet due to the sizes of these two data and need the huge amount of data to work over internet and need supporting program to deal with presenting the data to the users of the internet in either websites or social media. Most of the security over internet used on ciphering text or ciphering images but not cipher video or 3D picture because video and 3D pictures are not used until recently. The huge use of these two types 3D pictures and videos in recent years. It is become an urgent necessary to encrypt these sorts of data. The research will focus on encrypting these types of data by using special algorithm called as Tiny Encryption Algorithm (TEA). This algorithm will be used to encrypt and decrypt 3D pictures and protecting the privacy of this sort of data. The research shows the how-to encode and decode of 3D picture and how to deal with them. The results show the TEA is rapid algorithm in the coding picture and decoding 3D pictures. it is only needing a few portions of time to cipher and decipher 3D pictures. The program that used to test the ciphering and deciphering algorithm was based on MATLAB.
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