Luned=EC, 5 mag 2003, alle 11:52 Europe/Rome, Nick May ha scritto:
> That looks pretty good - but does one actually need the projected =
> for the system to work? Is the IR reading reflected laser light, or is=20=
> 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=20=
> be dispensed with for touch typists....
The image is needed to let you type in the right position.
Here is the website:
> keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net writes:
>> At the Symbian Exposium 2003 I had the chance to test this new
>> laser keyboard.
>> 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:
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Received on Mon May 5 13:04:34 2003