Concept Keyboard Without Physical Keys

Concept Keyboard Without Physical Keys
Nicko Margolies
  • 15 july 2008

The Russian design company, Art. Lebedev, recently released a concept keyboard building on their previous models of customizable keyboards. What sets the Optimus Tactus apart is that instead of just allowing the physical key to have a custom face, the entire keyboard becomes a touchscreen. No more size, color or layout constraints, just a clean keyboard slate. The concept envisions the ability to utilize the keyboard as a screen, enabling an expandable visual experience.

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