Touch Technology is transforming the human life towards the new era of communication. Be it mobile, Laptops, TV screens or any gadget, touch & auto sense is the one who is driving their sales and holds lots of future potential in it. In the same row a new keyboard has been launched in the market which allows you to perform many activities dynamically just by a touch. People are looking this keyboard as a subset of computer.
Innovated by Artemy Lebedev, Optimus Tactus is a unique keyboard concept without any physical keys on board. The functions of complete keyboard can be designed, manipulate or arrange as per the need of any user. A dynamically controlled keyboard allows you to arrange the keys as per the most comfortable manner. Not just writing, keyboard supports multilingual functionality and keys can be republished in Arabic, Greec Georgian or in any language.
Apart from its basic function of typing, keyboard can be used as a additional display which works as a sub set of your computer monitor. In absence of your main monitor, the keyboard can be used to view and type at the same time.
If you are bugged up with one particular stream, like social media, then this keyboard will allow you to setup virtual keys for Facebook, Twitter etc just by single keys. The similar mode of functionality can be implemented with various type of requirements where you can define your own shortcuts in your keyboard.
Sources has confirmed that Artemy is working hard to enhance the overall functionality of this concept keyboard constantly from last two years. In 2008 Artemy has launched its previous version as “Maximus” which failed to get enough attraction and adoption from market due to various various technical issues and limited functionality. In coming months you may find speakers, stand alone in-built processor and many other technical functionality which will prove such device much more than a keyboard.
Currently, the only disadvantage of the device is that the user is very likely to lack tactile sensations while typing, however, most likely, the user will get used to such unusual typing very soon.