Check out this Epic* mobile projection keyboard from celluon, Korea. Although such projection keyboard has been around for years, it seems that it is getting better and smaller.
This Epic* mobile projection keyboard uses Bluetooth to communicate. That means many devices with Bluetooth will be able to make use of it.
The concept is simple. A projection will show the keyboard and the built in camera will detect the movement. It has a built in battery but I did not ask how long it will last.
Here are some close up shots of the device.
The cable is only for charging the unit.
With the beam on.
Here is the demo setup. A tablet that is communicate via Bluetooth with Epic* mobile projection keyboard.
Check out this short demo on how it works.
In the video, you can see that the keyboard can turn on just by using 3 fingers to tap on the surface. And the brightness and “click” volume can be adjusted using the Fn key and the Arrow keys.
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