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.

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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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