Remember the laser-projected keyboards that were very popular a few years ago? Well, think of Samsung’s SelfieType as the evolution of that invention. Making its debut at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, this AI-powered virtual keyboard uses a smartphone’s front-facing camera to track your hands’ movements as you type. The fingers movements are then converted into QWERTY keyboard inputs. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
Though not mentioned in the demo, there’s no guarantee that SelfieType will work with non-Samsung devices. In the video above, we see a Samsung Galaxy Fold phone and a Samsung tablet, but the company did mention that it’s “highly adaptable to various mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops.” Pricing and availability has not yet been announced as of today.
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