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


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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