Users of the wearable device can tilt their head in the direction of the key they want to hit, and then touch the device to choose the letter.

Toronto-based startup Whirlscape has announced that it is working to bring its Minuum keyboard app to Google Glass.

Minuum is a small one-dimensional keyboard that is designed to free up more space on a touchscreen while allowing users to type faster and more accurately. What makes the app work is a specialized auto-correction algorithm that predicts what the user is typing. The algorithm allows the user to miss letters and yet come out with the phrase or message that he or she means to say.

The creators of the keyboard app claim that Minuum is the best way to type with wearable devices, and the startup has created a few proofs of concept and a prototype that shows how the app can be used with Google Glass, even though the keyboard app isn’t available just yet to Google Glass wearers.

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