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Keyboard begone.


KITTY TECH – Keyboard Independent Touch Typing Technology. Er…in other words a replacement for the keyboard using ‘spiralling, printed-electric-circuit wires’. What does that mean? Hmm…well it looks as though you ‘type’ letters by holding various fingers and thumbs together in different permutations. Ah well, it’s from the University of California, Irvine, so that’s all right isn’t it?

 Mission Objective: To provide an ultra-portable ‘silent’ data-input device for wearable computing systems promising wide consumer acceptance due to zero learning curve for those well versed in touch typing.

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  • “zero learning curve for those well versed in touch typing.”

    I’d find “easy learning curve” more believable. How about a highly idiosyncratic hunt and peck derivative? Looks very cool, they spent a lot on their website.

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