"First, the residual fingerprint from the phone is either photographed or scanned with a flatbed scanner at 2400 dpi. Then the image is converted to black & white, inverted and mirrored. This image is then printed onto transparent sheet at 1200 dpi."
20 million copies of Prof. Church's 304-page book encoded in a pin-drop of DNA...worth watching this interview (again)!
Seriously, don't do that!
"They could tell cancerous cells to stop dividing after they reach a certain number, or turn plant cells into sensors for monitoring the environment." - I want to compile code that runs on a living organism!
I'm on a Pre 3...hope to install LunaCE on it someday.
Stumbled into this video while reading Anandtech's iPhone 5 review...thanks Professor Hammack!
Interview with "Hiro Nakamura" on The Verge
Interesting modification and use-case of the HP Touchpad.