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Microsoft Education Input Devices

Microsoft's Adaptive Touchscreen Keyboard 77

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the get-some-research-on dept.
ramandeeps noted a Microsoft research project on an adaptive keyboard that is essentially a touchscreen that updates to make it easier to keep complex keybindings to a minimum. This is part of the 2010 Student Innovation Contest, so if you want one and happen to be a student, you can sign up to do research on the device.

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Microsoft's Adaptive Touchscreen Keyboard

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