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The LEXID is a hand held X-ray scanner that sends out low level X-ray signals which then get collected in a lens. The design of the lens is based on that of a lobster's eye. It was invented by a U.S. company called Physical Optics Corporation. It is expected that the device will be used by police and other security personnel.
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