Nano Tech Brings Resolution Breakthrough

Scientists at the Technical University of Denmark have announced a major nanotechnology which features groundbreaking laser printing resolution.

As reported by TechEye, the technique will allow high resolution data and color images of microscopic dimensions and very high resolutions.

The technology can offer resolutions of 127,000 dots per inch (DPI) compared to today’s 300 DPI. The scientists developed the patented technology with the hope of replacing current laser printers.

Professor Anders Kristensen said it will save data that’s invisible to human eyes. He explained, “This includes serial numbers or bar codes of products and other information. The technology can also be used to combat fraud and forgery as the products will be labelled in a way that makes them very difficult to reproduce.”

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