CES 2020 - Invisible keyboard from Samsung - SelfieType

CES 2020 just began and we have already some crazy tech to watch.

CES 2020 - Invisible keyboard from Samsung - SelfieType

Such a cool tech was available in the past, but didn't work well and was soon forgotten. Samsung's C-Lab program came up with a new, more sophisticated version of this kind of keyboard.

Samsung has no demo we could test, just a nice video. What we can see is they chose to approach their SelfieType (a weird name by the way) differently - reading a motion of your hands and fingers.

Have a look:

In general, this kind of technology is today more and more used in many cases. It's gone now, but you can remember Kinect or a popular emojis on iPhones, both read your muscle or body parts movement and do something with that.

CES 2020 - Invisible keyboard from Samsung - SelfieType
Published 06.01.2020 18:25
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