Curve Keyboard only illuminates the keys that work for the program that you are currently using

Have you ever accidentally opened a new tab while playing a video game or forgotten the key combo that crops an image? The Curve Keyboard is hoping to cut down on the short-cut confusion by lighting up only the keys that are useful to the program that is currently open.

Using a Scenario Driven System, the keyboard changes its layout depending on the active window. Additionally, when pressing Control, Alt or Command, the keyboard will only light up available commands, so you spend less time guessing which commands will work. The keyboard’s color scheme can also be changed to suit the user. The project’s Kickstarter has currently earned just over $2,000 of its $50,000 goal, with a month still left in the campaign. For a contribution of $139, Kickstarter backers can get a keyboard of their own, with options for customization for an additional $10.

Curve Keyboard

Have you ever accidentally opened a new tab while playing a video game or forgotten the key combo that crops an image? The Curve Keyboard is hoping to cut down on the short-cut confusion by lighting up only the keys that are useful to the program that is currently open.

Using a Scenario Driven System, the keyboard changes its layout depending on the active window. Additionally, when pressing Control, Alt or Command, the keyboard will only light up available commands, so you spend less time guessing which commands will work. The keyboard’s color scheme can also be changed to suit the user. The project’s Kickstarter has currently earned just over $2,000 of its $50,000 goal, with a month still left in the campaign. For a contribution of $139, Kickstarter backers can get a keyboard of their own, with options for customization for an additional $10.