Samsung shows an invisible keyboard, will track finger movements and type

Samsung is offering several innovative products at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020). The company has also showcased its selfie type invisible keyboard at this event. This is a virtual keyboard that will work on all types of flash surfaces. However, the company has not yet given any information about its commercial release.

The selfie type keyboard is part of Samsung’s experimental C-Lab program. Which has already launched many products. Selftype operates from the selfie camera of the user’s smartphone. The camera tracks the motion of the user’s fingers. That is, the way it is typed in the keyboard, it captures the movements of the fingers and types in real time. This keyboard works on devices like smartphones, tablets.

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