Police Request 3D-Printed Copy of a Dead Man's Fingers to Unlock His Smartphone – Smithsonian


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Police Request 3DPrinted Copy of a Dead Man's Fingers to Unlock His Smartphone
Smithsonian
Now, police are hoping that cracking into another smartphone might help solve a murder case—and they want to do it by 3D printing a dead man's fingers, Rose Eveleth reports for Fusion. In addition to password locks, many new smartphones are equipped …
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Smithsonian

Police Request 3DPrinted Copy of a Dead Man's Fingers to Unlock His Smartphone
Smithsonian
Now, police are hoping that cracking into another smartphone might help solve a murder case—and they want to do it by 3D printing a dead man's fingers, Rose Eveleth reports for Fusion. In addition to password locks, many new smartphones are equipped …
Police asked this 3D printing lab to recreate a dead man's fingers to unlock his phoneFusion
Can 3D printed fingers crack a phone and solve a murder?3D Printing Industry
3Dprinted fingerprints could unlock dead man's phoneChicago Tribune
Tech Times –New York Daily News –The Verge
all 46 news articles »

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