Japan Display, the company known for cramming massive screen resolutions into tiny spaces, has created the world’s first ultrathin image sensor that measures fingerprints, veins and pulse waves. At 15 micrometers thick the sensor is as thin as paper and features both high-speed readout and high-resolution imaging capabilities.

JDI’s ultrathin biometric sensor is built for ‘high security’ authentication

Source: Yahoo.com – Technology

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