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A 3D-printed finger might unlock a phone and solve a murder mystery

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Staff and students at Michigan State University are using an unlikely technique to try and help police solve a murder case: a 3D-printed finger.

The team, lead by Department of Computer Science & Engineering professor Anil Jain, has been working on models of a deceased victim’s digits to try and help a local force unlock a phone. 

They’re hoping the contents of the device will help them unravel the mystery of how that person died.

The project, initially reported by Fusion, has been ongoing for some weeks, Jain told Mashable. Read more…

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