Yet another finger keybord (gui mock-up).

adrian cockcroft adrian.cockcroft at
Mon Mar 5 19:43:41 CET 2007

This technology is eventually going to be available on Linux according
to the author, there was a demo at ETel.


On 3/5/07, Joe Pfeiffer <jjpfeifferjr at> wrote:
> michael at writes:
> >
> >How about making use of AI techniques and having the layout self-adjust to
> >generate a layout that pushes frequently used letters to the right places, and
> >then arranges the surrounding letters to reduce typos? If this consumes too
> >much processing power for normal use, there could be a separate "learning"
> >mode during which you would tolerate the slowness, and later switch to fixed
> >mode. Or it could be like SpamAssassin - keystrokes (both correct and
> >incorrect) are logged in some efficient way, and later you can "train" the
> >layout "engine" when the device is not in use, perhaps even pushing the
> >processing to a different computer.
> That would not be a good idea:  there is no key layout so bad that's
> it's worse than one that changes out from under the user.
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