3. The ground breaking Virtual Keyboard,
uses state of the art infrared & laser technology to
a full-size keyboard onto any flat surface.
For the first time mobile device users can actually
type normally on a virtual keyboard , enabling them
to work quickly and effectively, taking the pain and
frustration out of existing minuscule keyboards and
handwriting recognition software.
• Key in device.
• Roughly Size of a Fountain pen.
• Uses Laser technology to
• Camera Tracks the finger
moments of the typist.
5. • User operates by typing on or
within a wireless or optical
-detectable surface or area
rather than by depressing
• Proved nightmare for users
• Way to eliminate finger cramping
6. What Actually it is:-
• Keyboard that a user operates by
typing (moving fingers) on or within a
wireless or optical-detectable
surface or area rather than by
depressing physical keys.
7. Technologies used:-
• In one technology, the keyboard is
projected optically on a flat surface
and, as the user touches the image of
a key, the optical device detects the
stroke and sends it to the computer.
• In another technology, the keyboard is
projected on an area and selected
keys are transmitted as wireless
signals using the short-range
8. With either approach, a virtual
keyboard makes it possible for
the user of a very small smart
phone or a wearable computer to
have full keyboard capability.
Theoretically, with either
approach, the keyboard can be in
space and the user can type by
moving fingers through the air!
10. When connected to your handheld
computer it is more convenient to
carry around than your laptop.
It takes up less desk space than a
You could use it with your desktop,
laptop or handheld computer.
• Speed of text entry
• Lack of need for flat or large typing surface
• Ability to minimize the risk for repetitive
• Keyboard layouts can be changed by
software allowing for foreign or Alternative