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- Despite the fact that the 'new' physics, a godchild of the Einsteinian revolution has taught us that the Universe we perceive is a mere shadow of a vastly more unpredictable one, most of us still view the world in a distinctly materialistic way. A world where...
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- Your ears are the next frontier of biometric security
- What's next? Apparently, our ears. Japanese company NEC has developed technology that measures the reflection of sound waves when they bounce off the tympanic membrane.
- Forget fingerprints, ears are so next season in biometrics
- Firstly, there are the signal components that travel through the external ear canal and are reflected by the tympanic membrane.
- Forget fingerprints and retina scan, we will soon have Ear-based login
- The echo is based on sound reflected from someone's external ear canal, the tympanic membrane, and by sound that goes beyond the tympanic membrane and is reflected within the inner parts of the ear. The response received through echo is then ...
- Managing Acute Otitis Externa: The Latest Guidelines
- The tympanic membrane was poorly visualized but appeared to be intact. The right ear was normal on examination. The patient's oral cavity and oropharyngeal cavity were also unremarkable, with no pain around the temporomandibular joints when opening ...
- NEC develops biometrics technology that uses shape of human ear cavities
- Results of experiments have shown that, in particular, the signal components that travel through the external ear canal and are reflected by the tympanic membrane, as well as those signal components that pass through the tympanic membrane and are ...
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