International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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ISSN: 2319-7064




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Review Papers | Engineering Science | United States of America | Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017 | Rating: 6.4 / 10


Easy Glass: Implementation of Optimized Glass Technology Using Integrated Finger-Print and Touch-Screen Sensors

Sukhwant Kaur | Dhruv Verma | Trishna Thrinath


Abstract: Currently, Innovations and inventions are on a sprint to advancements by all aspects in the field of technology. To keep up with these advancements, great improvement in hardware and software design is necessary, more specifically, a better integration of the two. In todays world, where everything works on our fingertips, laptops, mobile phones, and similars are not a rare view. As per the statistics released by Forbes, there has been a drastic increase in the statistics that approximately quantifies the usage of electronic gadgets worldwide since 2000, and since then the graph has continued to grow. From the age of push-button gadgets, the shift to touch screen technology has been widely welcomed by the users regardless of age groups and initial adaptation concerns. It is no more a luxury created for corporate needs or style statements. We create an environment where thousands of information -mere details to highly confidential documents- are sent across networks, altered on personal devices and carried around in gadgets. But are we able to say that the information is 100 % secure at its spot Have we achieved an optimal design that syncs the hardware and software to guarantee a safer technological society Can the existing techniques help us to implement and integrate a system which not only insulates security breach but also resists high levels of damage These questions were an inspiration to the creation of our design that poses as a possible solution. It aims to create a product which embeds a fingerprint sensor into a touchscreen enabled glass and thus, eliminate the requirement of any external hardware for security, make it easier to use and cheaper to manufacture.


Keywords: 3D Finger-Print Technology, Capacitive sensor, Gorilla Glass, Security, Optimization


Edition: Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017,


Pages: 614 - 621



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