Virtual QWERTY Keyboards to be used with Fingers...
"Marco Trevisan (Treviño)"
mail at 3v1n0.net
Fri Feb 29 17:20:15 CET 2008
Thomas Gstädtner ha scritto:
> I'm currently working on another system that requires one drag per sign
> (no matter what sign, be it capitals, special chars, ...) and can be
> extremely easy and fast with a proper layout.
> You can see a basic preview here:
> I'm a total newbie in programming, but I expect some results in the next
> The system allows 144 key-combinations with buttons big enough to easily
> hit them with your thumbs.
> It allows fast one-handed writing of all ascii-signs and it will be very
> flexible with the layouts.
Well, the idea is good but isn't it slower than a standard qwerty keyboard?
I was thinking also to an implementation of the qwerty mixed with a
dictionary file that while you're writing shows the keys in different
sizes proportional to the possibility of each key of being pressed...
What do you think about this?
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