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A team of scientists developed a unique Polytechique Montreal sensors that can be placed beneath the surface of the protective glass Gorilla Glass of Corning. Coating, which is used by the majority of smartphones and tablets in the market, this innovation can significantly improve the functionality of their future touchscreen. Even more interesting is that these sensors are transparent, which means it will not interfere with the pictures on the panel.

Another interesting fact is that they do not use cables and electricity, but instead are powered optical waveguides, allowing the display to monitor changes in light. One sensor analyzes temperature, while the second, which scientists create offers an effective way to verify the identity of the device. The manufacturers can embed unique optical glass model with which to identify smartphones, which will make it much more difficult access to it and consequently to the stored information.

The benefits of such innovation does not stop there, as in themselves waveguides pass only photons that make them invisible to the human eye. The technology enables the display to be built a number of different sensors which will blur the image, and it may lead to the entry of a new generation of transparent devices on the market. Waveguides themselves are integrated by means of a laser in three dimensions, and so they can be stacked on top of one another without any loss of transparency.

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