7 April 2000 Design and development of an effective optical-variable-device-based security system incorporating additional synergistic security technologies
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Optically variable devices (OVDs) are becoming ever more popular as tools to provide security for documents and products subject to counterfeiting, forgery, and/or diversion. Issues faced during the design and implementation of OVDs for a specific security application include matching the proper security feature for its intended function, determining the method of the security features authenticity, and incorporating effective anti- counterfeiting protection for the OVD itself. Combining additional synergistic security technologies can be an effective approach to meeting the desired objectives in designing and implementing a security feature.
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Gary R. Wolpert, "Design and development of an effective optical-variable-device-based security system incorporating additional synergistic security technologies", Proc. SPIE 3973, Optical Security and Counterfeit Deterrence Techniques III, (7 April 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.382212; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.382212
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