Samsung Patent Turns People’s Palms Into Virtual Keyboards

Samsung Patent Turns People’s Palms Into Virtual Keyboards

The company is working on a new input method for a smart wearable device.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 7 march 2014

Earlier this year, the tech world was abuzz with reports of Samsung developing its own set of smart glasses to rival Google Glass, and now a new patent is adding more weight to these reports.

Samsung has reportedly filed a patent that would place a camera-based augmented reality keyboard onto one’s palms. The keyboard will only be visible to the user wearing a smart glasses type of device.

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