The ‘Tap Now’ Wearable Keyboard Can Turn Any Surface into a Keyboard
Just as easy as it seem running your fingers on the keyboards, so it is easier tapping your fingers on a flat surface to write on your gadget. This is the level advancement in technology has taken us. Before you ask the question of how possible it is to do what seems magical, artificial intelligence has been put into test once again with what is now known as Wearable Keyboard.
Tapping finger on a table may soon become the norm as the ‘Tap Now’ wearable keyboard is set to launch and replace outdated keyboards. The amazing gadget appears as a series of connected rings, into which users slot their fingers, and then translates the movement of fingers into text or navigational commands. The wearable keyboard also functions as a mouse and promises a surreptitious way of typing on a phone or tablet.
The Tap Now wearable keyboard functions in a similar manner to chording keyboards, in that single keys can have multiple outputs as opposed to a single key for every character. The product differs however simply because it can turn any surface into a keyboard. So long as the the devices senses fingertips tapping on a surface it can chord out letters and symbols. The current model of the Tap Now has a battery life of eight hours and can be charged inside its own carrying case.
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