Last Updated on June 23, 2014 by New-Startups Team
In the past weeks we’ve shared fashionable rings and the revealing corset, while in the past year we shared sensor controlled undies all of which were connected with technology. It’s a rage and wearable tech is just going to grow, but will wearable keyboards be the next big thing?
Feeling a lot like a modern day Power Glove, but much more minimalistic, Airtype is a keyboard that has no keys, but wraps around your knuckles. Two plastic cuffs make up the wearable keyboard and are so minimal that they can be cupped in the palm of your hand.
How does it work? Unlike the projector keyboards this revolution doesn’t rely on any keys, rather it learns from your finger movements as you strike letters that you want. The team behind the device states it will feel no different then typing on any other keyboard? But will you feel the loss of key-strikes to be a move worth making?