Preventing movie piracy

Wednesday, 5 July 2006, 9:30 PM EST

Thomson’s prototype anti-piracy system inserts extra frames into a movie that contain text or obscure the scene. The frames flicker at a frequency imperceptible to the human eye, but picked up by camcorders, thereby ruining a bootlegged movie.

At Technology Review.

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