Today on In Case You Missed It: A conductive-ink pen and matching sensor from Japan allows you to draw an instrument on any piece of paper. Carnegie Mellon scientists invented the Ballbot: A robot that moves and balances on a single spherical wheel. And we also wanted you to see the levitating lightbulb that floats above its base with magnetic levitation.
We also touch on a few big pieces of news in our final show for the week. Space nerds will want to read about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, now that it’s shrinking. And tech folk should read about Apple being found liable by using a patent owned by University of Wisconsin.