Hands On

A revolutionary keyboard design

Instead of typing, you use combinations of finger movements, making small clicks under each finger pad on two handheld, gesture-sensitive grips. The key, so to speak, is complete ergonomics. Like playing a flute or saxophone, the user becomes familiar with the proper finger combinations to make each letter and the modifier keys for shift, cmd, etc.

There is also pressure sensitive data being communicated and encoded for text to speech processing which will be of great use to journalists and authors whose work will be read aloud by machine. This is a new idea altogether. Allowing each word to be emphasized as intended by the original author. One squeezes with the right hand for a phrase to go up and with the left to go down.