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Watermark

An image in a piece of paper that may be seen more clearly when it is held up to light. This is used in printing some money and passports to prevent counterfeiting. For example, if one holds a $20 American bill up to light, one would see a watermark of Andrew Jackson's face.
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was looking for a way to provide very unique mobile-delivered content to its cafe guests and was impressed by the ability of digital watermarking to offer these print-to-web linking capabilities without spoiling the quality of their design.
Widevine's digital watermarking technology builds on the technological innovations brought to market in 1999 with Widevine Mensor, which originated as a digital fingerprinting and identification system.
Digital watermarking is a key enforcement component of the new digital media and rights management markets enabled by the Internet and wireless devices.
A white paper identifying how digital watermarking can be used in peer-to-peer environments is available at http://www.
Patent pending forensic watermarking technology that embeds invisible information that can trace piracy to its source.
Such forward-looking statements include statements relating to the use of digital watermarking in sensor-based defense and intelligence applications, the expected benefits of digital watermarking, and other statements containing the words "believes," "expects," "estimates," "anticipates," "will" or words of similar import or statements of management's opinion.
patents with more than 4,000 claims, and more than 400 pending patent applications in digital watermarking, personal identification and related technologies.
Moreover, In order to increase the watermarking security and the resistance against cut attacks, we could employ the scrambling transform to decide the watermarked position.
The Digital Watermarking Alliance continues to thrive as we add exciting new members who serve the commercial and government markets with proven digital watermarking applications, products, and research," said John Utley, vice chairman of the DWA.
In digital watermarking, the file contents can be duplicated an infinite number of times with no degradation of quality, and theoretically the watermark will appear the same in every copy.
CoreMedia supports the leading Watermarking technology by MusicTrace, a successful Fraunhofer Institute spin-off.