Jae Son Jae Son, Harvard PhD in Robotics and the Inventor & President of GoSmart, will be at CES 2013 to talk about his products and inventions (Zennie62 coverage by Tout.com)

GoSmart Stylus – the smoothest and most precise stylus for iPads, touchscreen tablets, smartphones and other devices. Made of ergonomically designed solid aluminum and a flexible patent-pending see-through Teflon coated stainless steel tip with Capacitive Coupling Technology.
GoSmart Clip – the essential tool for busy travelers for safer GPS phone use in cars. It also clips iPhones, Androids, and other smartphones to suitcases, golf carts, baby strollers, shopping carts & more.
GoSmart Restpad – 100% natural sheepskin wrist rest relieves 2X as much pressure as other wrist rests – great for carpal tunnel relief.

Here’s a video featuring Go Smart’s products:

Here’s Dr. Son’s bio from his Huffington Post blog:

Dr. Jae Son earned a Ph.D. in Engineering Sciences from Harvard University and has been an entrepreneur and inventor of medical devices and tactile sensor design equipment for more than 15 years. He established his expertise in advanced sensor technologies while at the Harvard Robotics Laboratory involved in collaborative research with the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab, Yale Vision and Robotics Group, and the Stanford Dexterous Manipulation Laboratory. In addition to his research expertise, his corporate engineering experiences include Hughes Space and Communications Sensors Operations, General Motors, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute. His innovations include 14 issued and pending patents, most of which are based on applying his own robotic tactile sensors to emulate the human sense of touch.

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