I hate passwords—Holst may save the day

Researchers from the Holst Centre in Belgium, an open innovation initiative of IMEC and TNO in Netherlands, have demonstrated a new class of flexible, large-area sensor technology for detecting finger- and palmprints. It is less than 0.2 mm thick and doesn’t use prisms or any moving parts. The sensors can be built into mobile phones and notebooks, or door handles to ...

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