Re: VR Thief
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Yuval Levy <yahoo06@...> wrote:
>Has anybody tried to use steganography to write encrypted copyright
>> It would be nice if it was somehow possible to digitally sign the
>> panos and they would only display on authorized sites.
> there is such protection, at least for Java panoramas in both
> ptviewer and PurePlayer. But it is not 100% either and any determined
> thief will crack such encryption schemes easily. I remember someone
> mentioning a scheme for QuickTime using some sort of sprite
> that "connects" to the legit site, but these are more likely to
> waste the experience of legit visitors than prevent determined
> thieves from grabbing the content.
info in their equirects (cube faces)?
If I understand this correctly it wouldn't interfere with the user
experience, and wouldn't affect any panno viewer.
This way it would also be easy to prove that an image/pano has been
stolen if it was found on another site?
- Hans wrote I believe you got the same error as I got the second time
iI tried them.
I saw the Tokyo Tower on all the links but after reloading the site
they all returned again.
Just tried checking the site again and this time there is a 404 error
page. Hopefully that's the end of it.
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