Swedish Company Senseboard introduces Virtual Keyboard. Senseboard™ VK is typically used together with a PDA, a Smart Phone or a Wearable Computer with a Head Mounted Display. The VK hand mounted devices allow the user to type on any surface as if it were a keyboard. Sensors in the units measure the finger movements and artificial intelligence and a language processor determine appropriate keystrokes or mouse movements.
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