Imagine a single cover on your keyboard. This can be a commonly used letter such as “A” or alternatively the single remote control button “~”. If you’re one of the first, you’ll have the giant hand slam down on you every time the hammer falls on your head with a merciless speed. You get frustrated, then you take a step back and wait for the next hit again. Or maybe that doll storyLike a fever dream, you want to press it, but you’re sitting far away from the normal keys and just hold on to them for a long time, desperately hoping the user will accidentally break the scroll lock key.
Well, it was weird. But you know, if you really want to feel like a keycap, this option is for you Thanks to the folks at Gboard. The Gboard Caps What exactly does the project look like? The Google Japan team created an original cover…Cap. Also, the design of the hat can spell different characters depending on the direction and position of your head when pressed.
And before you ask: yes, developers she said It actually works. The team claims their hats are “wearable” and “fashionable”. We will be under a lot of pressure For the opposition.
If you want to see how cool you can be with a Google hat, Team Japan is for you leaf which is necessary Your webcam is virtual attempt on him. Tilt your head in different directions It changes characters and lets you write complete sentences if you want to write the next great novel with your head in English characters or Japanese hiragana.
“I want to have a keyboard that fits in my hand, but my hands are full and I can’t,” says the Gboard Japan blog. “We didn’t just design it with portability in mind But function and form.
According to the group, users can turn their heads outside of it next to each other, which then selects a different keypress depending on the angle. Oh, and yes, there’s a “caps lock” module to keep the key from falling off your head Complete design available a Github, although you have to get all the materials yourself. If you read Japanese, Google it Design document You can use them to make one out of cardboard.
The team said it is considering future designs such as “a red-white reversible version, a version with an integrated screen, a version with a smartphone case, and a solar-powered version.” To be completely honest, it is It won’t take long to convince me to wear one with a monitor attached.
Gboard, which was launched as the first Virtual keyboard for Android and iOS In 2016, it was celebrated on October 1st (as in 10/1, since a traditional 101-key keyboard can easily… The most popular design of all time) with a strange keyboard design in recent years. It was delivered last year Very long keyboard Where each cover is placed one by one. The stick is 5.25 feet long and begins with the traditional “QWERTY”. The GBboard team displayed How can you use a stick keyboard as an easy-to-use walking stick? Find the keys you accidentally kicked under the cabinet.
The team was there before Turn your keyboard into a big mug Keep your drink. While this keyboard has ensured that there are no leaks, the team’s latest design may be their best yet. Especially for those looking for a mostly hands-free experience.
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