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Is Invisible tablet keyboard next big thing?

Is Invisible tablet keyboard next big thing?

the japanese company Fujitsu has developed a device that intelligently combines with the entrance digicam of a pill or smartphone and allows the user to type on a virtual keyboard invisible on nearly any flat floor. The prototype was once verified at the experience Fira Barcelona Gran By Way Of, Spain, and labored neatly with Home Windows Eight and a pill regularly occurring Fujitsu’s personal.

The adaptation, which is different from the most well-liked infrared keyboards, is being studied on the grounds that 2011 and the corporate plans to launch a line of products with the choice of “invisible keyboard” soon.

One Of The current limitations is that the program acknowledges the skin shade of the person to function correctly, and is ready to Jap pores and skin tone. That Implies it is not going to recognize even lighter pores and skin or darker than the Orientals and so can be limited to the region.

Another problem that is discussed is the actual utility of this product. With a digital keyboard, it might be imaginable to send messages faster than the touch monitor, the recognition of the function was once in point of fact just right. Then Again, to do more complicated jobs, it might still be a long way more agile the use of a common physical keyboard or wi-fi.




13 Comments to “Is Invisible tablet keyboard next big thing?”

  1. I need to make some tutorials and wish to use a virtual keyboard as an example.

    Is there any software capable of such manipulations?

  2. Lia-lu-li // April 24, 2013 at 10:03 // Reply

    I just bought the Droid X yesterday and I used to have the EnvTouch. Which has an AMAZINGLY HUGE keyboard which is great for texting. I’m not used to the virtual keyboard yet. Do you have a phone like that? Do you like it? Have you gotten used to it? Is it easy?

  3. And does it respond well when texting fast.(using the virtual keyboard)

  4. I am looking for a touch screen phone with a virtual keyboard and a physical one. If you cant think of one with both then what is the best one with just a virtual keyboard and what is one with just the physical keyboard?

  5. Somewhere in each company, either in that company or working for that company, there is a marketeer, a person whose responsibility it is to get you and I to invest or divest ourselves of company stock for that company’s own reasons. Who is that person as in what is their actual title?

  6. norrin_shadowwolf // May 27, 2013 at 13:15 // Reply

    the virtual keyboard that the PSP has as default is difficult at best. is there any homebrew out there that would completely replace the keyboard everywhere on the PSP? not talking about the stupid website keyboard.

  7. lucasg615 // May 29, 2013 at 03:21 // Reply

    I am thinking about buying the new sidekick, and I would like to know if the sidekick has a sideways virtual keyboard.

  8. dubmecrazy3 // May 31, 2013 at 13:53 // Reply

    I had the virtual keyboard on my palm pre, then i updated it and all my patches left. So I went to re download it and it said error:ipkg file. it also said it is already downloaded it…What do I do??

  9. A virtual keyboard is something you can hook up to your smart phone or PDA and it beams a keyboard onto a level area. The lasers pick up the keystrokes. It’s really cool.

  10. Nathan B // June 3, 2013 at 02:26 // Reply

    Is it more secure using a virtual keyboard to enter passwords and credit card numbers to avoid key loggers

  11. Jack Bauer // June 3, 2013 at 08:11 // Reply

    Hi all, how are u guys doing? I got this problem in my blackberry torch, I wanna ask how to fix the virtual keyboard on my blackberry torch? It’s always greyed out and I can’t select it… So please help me

    Thanks all, I appreciate it.

  12. When I went to the Verizon Store I saw a couple of Droid X’s there and some had a blueish/blackish virtual keyboard and some had a white one. How do you change between these virtual keyboards?

    Oh, and by the way, tell me what you think about this cellphone. To me, it’s so cool!

  13. I am looking for a virtual keyboard emulator that will allow for users to enter in text for a number of languages into our application. Open source would be ideal, but we are willing to license as well. Any suggestions to look at?

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