No-Key Keyboard By Kong Fanwen

No Key KeyboardThis No-key Keyboard designed by designer Kong Fanwen. The keyboard’s edge-lit glass has the keys etched into it, and a motion capture camera, it tracks your finger positions.


No Key Keyboard

Glass surface inputting is the new hotness for almost every gadget maker today. From from the iPhone to Microsoft’s Surface technology, flat is where it’s at. Introducing the flattest full size QWERTY keyboard to date, “No-key Keyboard” by Kong Fanwen. Consisting of just a glass surface, camera and lighting, this alternative keyboard concept will use the latest motion capture technology to watch your fingers nervously select just the perfect smiley for your online bantering.


No Key Keyboard

No Key Keyboard



Source: Yanko Design

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