Innovative Gorgeous IR glass keyboard

Sunday, 26 February 2012 0 comments

This idea for a crazy glass keyboard that uses infrared lights and cameras to track your typing. Well, it’s real.  What started out as a concept tossed out onto Kickstarter for donations is officially a thing. Tentatively called the “Multi-touch Keyboard,” the peripheral is Bluetooth wireless and sits on metal base (it’ll be connectable via USB too). An infrared LED projects a light onto the glass. An IR camera then picks up the scattered light particles that your finger touches would create — turning each touch into a registered press. Due to the glass nature of the keyboard, you can print out your own keyboard layout as well, which should be a godsend for video producers who anybody who heavily relies on keyboard shortcuts.



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