The internals of the tStylus
Tagtal's Paper application for drawing and sharing with the stylus
Examples of uses for the tStylus
Some more possible methods of use
The tStylus allows users to transfer data between devices without pairing
Chinese startup Tagtal is looking to bring an interesting new stylus to market. The tStylus, as it's called, is able to copy data from the screen it's touching and bring that data to another device. While in use, the stylus functions like a physical version of the selection tool in Photoshop. Instead of moving from image to image, you are moving from device to device. It is able to move images, video, and other various forms of media between the two devices, as long as each of them is running the software that allows it to receive input from the tStylus.
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