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ICYMI: Scrubbable smartphone, bioreactive bandage and more

Pretend your phone isn't a cesspit to get through this one.
Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
December 8, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Scientists created a bandage that react to the presence of infection with a green glow. Yet another flying drone camera is up on Kickstarter, but this one keeps its rotors under wraps for safety. And Japanese phone maker Kyocera just upped its cool cred with a smartphone that can be soaped up and rinsed without harming the phone.

Finally, an artist rigged up his fourth robot iteration so that it can create artistic portraits based on photos of people. Spoiler alert: It's better than you'll ever be.

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