Ex-Compaq execs form Transmeta-based server start-up

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A high school student who interned at NASA’s Johnson Space Center has designed a glove that uses small air pockets that inflate to simulate pressure when a controlled robot touches an object. The sensors on previous virtual reality gloves were too large and lacked realistic feedback. Chris Ezell, in return for turning over his invention to NASA, was presented with a certificate of accomplishment and invited to do more of the same for the agency.

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