Browse Publications Technical Papers 2010-01-2012
2010-10-05

Determining Rational Geometry Distortion for Publishing Light-Weight 3-D Models 2010-01-2012

Light-weight, tessellated surface models are increasingly used in marketing websites and electronic documents as well as in electronic training materials and service information documents. While these models are effective in developing consumer interest and communicating information, without implementing adequate Intellectual Property Protection (IPP) they also provide valuable geometry to miscreants wanting to reverse engineer a product and/or its component parts.
Geometry Distortion is an excellent component of a layered IPP Plan for implementation when publishing 3-D models. However, how much distortion is needed to provide adequate IPP? Too much distortion detracts from their appearance while too little does not sufficiently complicate reverse engineering analysis.
This paper describes a practical process for determining rational geometry distortion values that provide adequate IPP.

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