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(OT) Technology could read books without opening them



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>Scientists are developing a device which will allow people to read a
>book from cover to cover without opening it.
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>The team from Leeds University say harmless terahertz waves are
>sensitive enough to see the writing on each page within a closed
>book.
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>The waves will react in different ways to different chemicals, so
>should differentiate between paper and ink to produce a readable
>image when passed through a book.
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>Full story: http://www.ananova.com/yournews/story/sm_532417.html
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