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Glass Multi-Touch Keyboard & Mouse makes input a see-through experience

Post Time:Dec 01,2011Classify:Industry NewsView:312

Kickstarter computing project looks to make coffee and donut danger a thing of the past... and look good doing it!


If you’re the sort whose work area collects enough lunch (and snack) leftovers during the course of a normal week to feed a small country, there’s a good chance you could benefit from this glass multi-touch keyboard and mouse created by


The input devices use infrared LEDs in conjunction with miniature cameras to detect touches and movement on the tempered glass surfaces of the keyboard and mouse (making it virtually impossible to lose pieces of your donut between the “shift” and “return” keys). Both devices connect to your PC or Mac via Bluetooth, and are powered by rechargeable lithium polymer batteries.


What’s more, the devices will use open-source software, so there’s ample room to upgrade and improve the way you use them.


Heck, even if you rarely let a crumb go unaccounted for, the keyboard and mouse look pretty great in that ultra-minimal way.

Giddings is currently funding the project via a


Still, there’s the little matter of actually naming the devices that needs to be decided, and donors to the project at any level are invited to make suggestions. If your suggestion is chosen, you’ll get your very own glass keyboard and mouse.


Source: www.digitaltrends.comAuthor: shangyi

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