On today's show, Khail and Ashley discuss MIT's new mini touchpad and where you might use it, a learning project called zSpace that hopes to mix tech and education in a new way and the results of SpaceX's third attempt at making reusable rockets viable. #TDNail
MIT's Media Lab just unveiled "NailO," a prototype input surface with a size more suited to Ant-Man than normal humans. The touchpad fits on your thumbnail and communicates with your smartphone or PC with subtle gestures.
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