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ASETNIOP Invisible Keyboard for Tablets

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Published on Sep 27, 2012

ASETNIOP is a keyboard replacement method that lets users type using only ten input points - ten fingers - at a rate that's comparable to a regular keyboard. The design is based on the ubiquitous QWERTY layout, but utilizes chords - two or more fingers pressed at the same time - to produce all the letters of the alphabet, as well as punctuation characters, numbers, symbols and various other function keys. This opens up a whole new realm of potential devices for touch-typing, including touchscreens, gloves, motion sensors, and even implants!

Learn more, or try it yourself with a tablet or traditional keyboard at asetniop.com

Video directed and edited by Shawn Duenas

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