Tech-Enabled Fake Nails Act As Smartphone Stylus

Tech-Enabled Fake Nails Act As Smartphone Stylus

Nano Nails are artificial fingernails that can be used as a stylus on devices with touchscreen displays.

Emma Hutchings
  • 18 january 2013

Long nails and touchscreen devices don’t go well together, but these artificial fingernails can be used as a stylus thanks to a capacitive tip. Nano Nails were developed by Tech Tips, a company founded by Cleveland Clinic trained dermatologist “Sri” Vellanki, who wanted to be more accurate with her smartphone.

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