this is a laser bluetooth keyboard . how does it work ? you just tap on the surface and it types ? or what ? does it work on any surface ?
Answer by Tim Fontana · Nov 17, 2010 at 05:51 PM
my friend has one. He said once you get used to it is very good. It basically projects the images and notices where you touch the keys. they seem to work quite well, but they take some getting used to
Answer by DazOwen · Nov 17, 2010 at 07:53 PM
It appears to be a hologram of some sort being projected onto the surface of the desk, resembling a fully functioning keyboard that is used through touch.
Looks really nice, I wouldn't mind trying one out for myself.
Answer by YBrammer · Feb 14, 2011 at 08:02 PM
Crazily Ã¼ber-expensive but ****ing mind blowing awesomeness.. I know someone that got a demo unit. Lucky devil. Seems like the same basic tech/idea as that Microsoft touch table. Yet to ever see one... Wonder what happened to them
Answer by tsilb · Apr 19, 2012 at 08:29 PM
I have one. It uses a motion sensor to guess where your fingers are; sometimes you can type in midair and it'll catch the motions. The keystroke detection is pretty good if you use a good surface. It doesn't work at all on glass or any reflective surfaces. It's good on wood and plastic.
Good for people who want a full sized keyboard on their bluetooth devices, but don't want to carry around something that's big enough to type on.
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