MADREWAR GAJANAN G.
Introduction to QWERTY keyboards
Introduction to VIRTUAL keyboards
Modules of VKB
Uses of VKB
Types of VKB
A Virtual Keyboard is a
that is projected
and touched on any surface.
The ground breaking Virtual Keyboard, uses state
of the art infrared & laser technology to project
A full-size keyboard onto any flat surface.
For the first time mobile device users can
actually type normally on a virtual keyboard ,
enabling them to work quickly and effectively, taking
the pain and frustration out of existing minuscule
keyboards and handwriting recognition software.
The keyboard watches finger movements and
translates them into keystrokes in the device.
A system combine the
virtual technology with a small video projector
to create a portable computer about the
size of a fountain pen.
It takes up less desk space than a conventional
When connected to your handheld computer it
is more convenient to carry around than your
You could use it with your desktop, laptop or
It does not create noise while typing.
Ex. Operation Theater
BY PROFESSIONALS BY STUDENTS
To take notes during a To take notes while in
business meeting class (no one will hear
To work on a paper
To do everyday work at while in the library
your desk without To do homework while
taking up so much
valuable space. you are on break at
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Celluon Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard
It can be projected on any surface.
The typing does not require lot of force.
No driver softwares necessary.
High battery life.
VKB hard to get used to.
It is very costly than normal keyboards.
It’s projections does not see properly in
High tech and industrial sectors.
Used in PDA, Smart phones etc.
As computer/PDA input.
Virtual keyboards are more convenient &
compact than THE QWERTY keyboards.
Canesta appears to be the most advanced in
this class of technology.
Thus virtual keyboards will take
typing easier, faster, and all most a pleasure.