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Interview with the Print Detective Creators

In October PRINT & DIGITAL CONVENTION was held in Dusseldorf where it was possible to linger at the exhibition stands and see many different products from the various companies that were there. One of these stands had a special book to show, which was already the second part of a series. We introduced these books in a previous blog post, and now the interview with the creators follows.

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Reproduced Fingerprints from an Inkjet Printer


What if the conviction of a criminal is in jeopardy because a phone protected by fingerprint biometrics can’t get unlocked? It was a scenario like that, which made researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) develop a technique to recreate fingerprints using a common inkjet printer.

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