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iPhone Keyboard Made Up Of Paper

geekspy (2746149) writes | about 2 years ago

Iphone 0

geekspy (2746149) writes "A student from University of London. Naming Florian Kraeutli, based in Goldsmiths, has presented a piece of his creativity — a paper based keyboard for Apple’s iPhone. This paper made keyboard mainly utilizes the accelerometer to grab the vibrations rooted by taping a surface. The device is operated by an associated iPhone app which is also a part of Kraeutli’s creative mind, produces the relevant frequencies of the vibrations into logical key hits."
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