That looks pretty good - but does one actually need the projected image
for the system to work? Is the IR reading reflected laser light, or is the
laser just there to get the fingers where they should be....
If the laser image is just to get the fingers in the right place, it could
be dispensed with for touch typists....
>At the Symbian Exposium 2003 I had the chance to test this new
>Maybe somebody of you have already read about this.
>Is composed by two components. A laser beam on the top of
>the device projects a fixed image of a qwerty keyboard
>on a flat surface and an IR sensor in the bottom detects
>your fingers typing on the projected image.
>This is a prototype but it can be easily integrated in a keitai
>phone. Typing is not bad but the limit is that you need
>a proper surface so I suppose no plane and no train...
>Have a look:
Received on Mon May 5 12:43:48 2003