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A new laser-printing technology allows for printing high-resolution data and color images at the unprecedented resolution of 127,000 dots per inch (DPI) and with a speed of 1 nanosecond per pixel — developed by researchers at Technical University of Denmark’s DTU Nanotech and DTU Fotonik.
A laser-printed microscopic image of Mona Lisa 50 micrometers long, less than one pixel on an iPhone Retina display (credit: Technical University of Denmark)