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under glass

1. In a greenhouse. Typically used to describe plants grown in a greenhouse. If you want these plants to thrive, you'll need to grow them under glass.
2. In a protective case. Come and look at these cool specimens that are under glass. Our pricier jewelry is kept under glass.
See also: glass
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8-inch OLED version, the biggest bottleneck remains integrating an under-glass fingerprint sensor into the display - the current yield rate of Apple's in-house AuthenTec solution remains low and AAPL seems unwilling to use other vendors' products," Arcuri said at the time.
Back in December last year, Synaptics had announced an under-glass fingerprint sensor, but the technology is yet to become available on a commercial device.
Precise Biometrics AB (STO:PREC), a provider of fingerprint software, announced on Monday that it has entered into a commercial software license and distribution agreement with VKANSEE, a developer of an under-glass patented and ultra-thin optical fingerprint sensor, for the licensing of Precise Biometrics' algorithm solution for fingerprint recognition in mobile devices, Precise BioMatch Mobile.
But the best feature of this new device is the under-glass ultrasonic fingerprint reader on the front, reports Engadget.
The under-glass fingerprint scanner module can be tailored by LG Innotek for any handset manufacturer upon their request.
And while the splayed buds have an under-glass specimen quality, and one could probably learn all one needs to know about pollination from their blown-up reproductive organs (squashed bugs even linger in a few), Day's medium and scale have a distancing, flattening effect on her subject, one reinforced by the blossoms' transmutation, through digital mirroring, from irregularly shaped objects into quasi-geometric ones.
Retailers may have grown their contemporary assortments and shrunken their traditional ones, and that may have been a mistake, said Jonathan Bass, president, PTM Images, whose core customer buys under-glass art.
These simultaneous movements both drew inspiration from the traditional arts of their country (icons in Russia and under-glass painting in Germany) and modernist French art, and the groups exhibited together until the onset of World War I.
5-acre bayfront estate, with its open-air and under-glass museum, features 20,000 plants, an indoor rainforest, koi pond, a dart frog collection, and the historic Selby house.
The study included Florida and Arizona under-glass exposures, as well as Q-Sun xenon arc laboratory exposures.
Validity's patented LiveFlex[R] fingerprint sensor technology enables authentication, mobile payments, and touch-based navigation for applications ranging from invisible, under-glass sensors for smartphones; buttons for handsets and tablets; and the world's thinnest palm-rest designs for Ultrabook[TM] computers.
It is not clear whether OnePlus will adopt an under-glass fingerprint sensor or use the existing biometric solution.
com/iphone-8-rumors-apple-reportedly-having-trouble-embedding-touch-id-devices-display-2524608) trouble with integrating an under-glass fingerprint sensor into the display.
Vendors are developing new ways to add value and dimension to their under-glass offerings to set them apart.
8-inch OLED version, the biggest bottleneck remains integrating an under-glass fingerprint sensor into the display- the current yield rate of Apple's in-house AuthenTec solution remains low and AAPL seems unwilling to use other vendors' products," (http://appleinsider.