CES: Samsung Unveils Invisible Keyboard

CES: Samsung Unveils Invisible Keyboard

CES 2020 is in full swing. The latest gadgets and trends are being showcased in Las Vegas. As always, there’s been a boat load of TVs, smarthome devices, and automobile tech. Samsung demonstrated an experimental keyboard, or rather lack of keyboard, that could make it into future mobile devices. Essentially, the phone includes an app that uses the front-facing camera to track your finger movements. Then you type on a flat surface, like a table or countertop, as if you were typing on a keyboard and the app translates your movements into keystrokes. The invisible keyboard has been dubbed SelfieType.

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