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Ashley discusses one company's vision of temporary tattoos topped with tech, improving NASA's Robonaut 5 by challenging university teams to improve upon it and a health monitor that requires a patient to ingest a tiny microphone inside a pill.
Jeff discusses Amazon's new update to its Prime Air delivery drone prototype, plus the official price tag on Nokia's Ozo VR camera, and a hologram that reacts to human touch.
All we can say is, "Robot snakes. Why did it have to be robot snakes?"
Chaotic Moon's "Tech Tat" is designed to be a temporary biomonitor. It can be placed anywhere on the human body, making it more discreet than a wrist wearable, and biometrics it gathers are sent to an easy to use app.
It might not have spent time officially in geostationary transfer orbit, but Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket successfully landed after a trip to space. That's big news for anyone hoping for a ride toward the stars someday, since reusable rockets mean much cheaper costs for commercial space flight.