Flexible Social Networking Keyboard

Flexible Social Networking Keyboard
technology

This concept design allows the user to bend the device to control various functions like volume and Facebook 'likes.'

Emma Hutchings
  • 5 november 2012

Industrial design student Victor Johansson’s ‘Microsoft Keyflex‘ device was developed during his first year at Central St. Martins College of Arts and Design in London. Microsoft asked the students to conceptualize ideas that demonstrated new thinking in computer interaction. He decided to create an input device that was completely focused on relaxation, entertainment, and home environment. The flexible and bendable device can be manipulated in different ways to perform different tasks.

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