Friday, October 21, 2011

The world is one big keyboard

Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University have created a shoulder-mounted device, called OmniTouch that can turn any nearby surface into an ad hoc interactive touch screen. So says Technology Review. 

Clearly, this is at a very early stage of development but you can see the long term potential to make it easier for people with physical disabilities to use keyboards. Dick Stroud 

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