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Japan's computer giant Fujitsu researcher Takashi Shinzaki... News PhotoBinary Code,Biometrics,Business,Coding,Computer,Corporate Business,Fujitsu,Headquarters,Image,Imitation,Japan,New,Removing,Research,Science and Technology,Showing,Technology,Tokyo - Japan,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPJapan's computer giant Fujitsu researcher Takashi Shinzaki demonstrates the new biometric coding technology for extracting and matching 2,048-bit binary codes from palm vein images at the company's headquarters in Tokyo on August 5, 2013. Fujitsu developed the new technology to create multiple binary codes from a single piece of biometric data such as palm vein pattern. Different binary codes can be used for different biometric authentication services. Fujitsu is expecting to commercialize the new biometric coding technology in 2015. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO (Photo credit should read YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images)