Wireless , non-existing , holo keyboard

With thanks to The Register :

The light source invisibly illuminates the user’s fingers, as they type on the projected surface.

Two years in development, the virtual keyboard is the brainchild of Canesta co-founder, Cyrus Bamji, who has five degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology covering physics, maths, electrical engineering and computer science.

Have heard about this before. Nice invention, but I’ll stick with my normal keyboard. If you are on the road a lot, it could be very helpful. :slight_smile:

Hmmmm this is kinda old news, B… already spotted @ CeBit…

its not new info but i dont see why any geek would buy into it, when i type i perfer a keyboard with good tactile feedback (like my 5 dollar keybard, the best)…

The light source invisibly illuminates the user’s fingers, as they type on the projected surface.

invisible illumination.
hmmmmmm

and what happens when you type a letter at the top of the board…the letters at the bottom start to disapear cause you hand covers the laser.

still…awesome idea.

Also

Go Here to see a small movie of it in action,
(note, the movie has a fake beam)