Video: Student creates a working iPhone keyboard on paper
In the video, he places a piece of paper with the stencil of a keyboard on a table, then places his iPhone on the paper. The device has to be placed close in order to pick up the vibrations being generated, and calibrate the different definitions for those vibrations. In reality, the paper is just a guide, and you will see soon enough that it is not really needed.
Kräutli used a jailbroken iPhone 4 to create his software which he is developing for an assignment looking at user interfaces. The possibilities for something like this are pretty intriguing. As technology advances allowing the accelerometers to be more precise without sacrificing power demands, imagine being able to place your tablet or phone somewhere, calibrating the vibration of the surface, and then shooting off that lengthy email you need to send without making your thumbs do all the work.
sources: The Telegraph via Redmond Pie
1. ElektronicGeek91 posted on 09 Nov 2012, 03:21 5 1
Might want to check your finger bro, it's probably busted up.
2. PhoneLuver posted on 09 Nov 2012, 03:43 0 0
Awesome! This is the kind of innovation and thinking outside the box that we need!
7. AnTuTu posted on 09 Nov 2012, 14:50 1 0
Hahahahahahaha I always welcome innovations but this one didn't make sense to me at all :(
4. groupsacc posted on 09 Nov 2012, 06:08 2 0
He better patent this idea quick. Before some company takes it and calls it revolutionary and innovative.
5. jaytai0106 posted on 09 Nov 2012, 07:04 1 0
Oh yes!! Before Apple spends tons of money to create this and call it the innovation iPaper keyboard.
6. Nathan_ingx posted on 09 Nov 2012, 07:14 1 0
Darn! Paper-keyboard with qwerty keys patent on Apple's to-do list.