Due to the desired non-invasive property, non-data hiding (called media hashing here) is considered to be an alternative to achieve many applications previously accomplished with watermarking. Recently, media hashing techniques for content identification have been gradually emerging. However, none of them are really resistant against geometrical attacks. In this paper, our aim is to propose a geometry-invariant image hashing scheme, which can be employed for content copy detection and tracing. Our system is mainly composed of three components: (i) robust mesh extraction; (ii) mesh-based robust hash extraction; and (iii) hash matching for similarity measurement. Exhaustive experimental results obtained from benchmark attacks have confirmed the performance of the proposed method.