University of Technology Sydney develops 'LiquidKeyboard' for tablets
| by Roydon Cerejo |
Typing on a tablet’s touchscreen has never been an easy affair. However, this could soon be a thing of the past, if a new software from the University of Technology in Sydney gets implemented. Computer systems researcher, Christian Sax, along with his colleague, Hannes Lau, have unveiled a new type of keyboard technology that they call, ‘LiquidKeyboard’ . Now, don’t take the name literally as this doesn’t involve any actual liquid, but more from the keyboards ability to morph around the users fingers. Confused? Let the video do the explanation.
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