Wi-Stylus Creates Devices to Write Anywhere

May 29, 2012


Wi-Stylus Mobile Systems has announced a suite of stylus-like pocket device designs which will allow users to write, draw, and communicate in the air or on any surface, person or visible space around them. The company says this new technology is meant to replace traditional note pads or scratch paper used in meetings and will also make digital transfer much easier to a computing device.

Users can virtually write on nearly anything without leaving a mark and have the ability to save it to view later. These devices will not be released to the public yet but government field versions are now being produced and tested.