Invisible Keyboard Makes Typing On A Touchscreen Easier

Invisible Keyboard Makes Typing On A Touchscreen Easier
technology

ASETNIOP is a concept keyboard replacement method that uses just 10 keys and forms other letters and characters by hitting two or more keys at once.

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 october 2012

A new concept called ASETNIOP is a virtual touchscreen keyboard that uses just 10 keys, one for each of your fingers. When starting out, the keyboard and its “chords” for less-common letters can be displayed in a colorful format on the screen, but as users learn they can make the keys transparent or even invisible.

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