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JDI, Univ. of Tokyo Develop Thin Image Sensor

JDI, Univ. of Tokyo Develop Thin Image Sensor

   Tokyo, Jan. 22 (Jiji Press)--Struggling liquid crystal display panel maker Japan Display Inc. <6740> and the University of Tokyo have jointly developed a thin image sensor for collecting biometric information and signals.
   The semiconductor sensor, the world's first of its kind, can read fingerprints and veins, and take pulses by showing the expansion and contraction of blood vessels in wave forms, JDI said Tuesday.

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