Nano-watermark To Detect Fake Luxury Watches Developed

Detect Fake Watches

Fake watches are everywhere. It is not always easy to tell the difference between a real or fake luxury watch. Nanoga has developed a technique, involving engraving a nanoscopic watermark onto glass or ceramic, which make it impossible for luxury products to be counterfeited.

The watermark is invisible to the naked eye but shows up under ultraviolet light. The above video provides more information on this technology.

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