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Gunze’s new touchscreen tech knows who’s touching it

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Touchscreens can’t differentiate between you, your friend or your cat. Truth is, they’re actually amazingly simple pieces of technology without much in the way of brains. A new type of display shown off at the International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo last week does imbue the panels with at least enough smarts to tell people apart. 
via Engadget

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3 thoughts on “Gunze’s new touchscreen tech knows who’s touching it”

  1. it depend on the tech content (the link isn’t working); it seems to me that it take in consideration only touch “orientation” based on shape/pressure compared to the corresponding colored markers on the border…not much “secure” 😉

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