Friday, December 9, 2011 in ,

The standard key board goes virtual

In a lot of technology visions of the future, they make some keyboards and mice have been replaced with their virtual key boards. Well, that future is now and it can be yours just $169, about the cost of a standard wireless keyboard. Yes, it may be time for the humble keyboard and mouse to go virtual. Unlike most wireless keyboards and mice, the Celluon Virtual Laser Keyboard with Magic Cube uses a central optical sensor that works with an invisible laser to determine the exact 3D positions of your fingers while you type on a laser-projected, full size keyboard. 

The Magic Cube projects the laser keyboard image on any flat surface and follows a keystroke recognition pattern of up to 350 characters per minute, the equivalent of about a 70 word per minute typing speed.

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