Re: LED Keyboard by 2006
- From: "Riccardo Rubini" <rubini@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2005 18:22:59 +0200
Martijn van Buul wrote:
> It's not, for crying out loud. It's, for crying out loud, about
> embedding a for crying out loud display in for every cying out loud
> key - including the technical problems this generates, for crying out
In terms of software, I think that keyboard won't be handled much
differently than how a touchscreen is. In terms of hardware, you don't even
need any touchscreen technology, all you need to detect a keypress is a
simple conductive contact, such as found on mundane computer keyboards.
>From a video controller point of view, it doesn't make a big difference if
the output display is continuous or split in little pieces stuck inside a
Now, am I with you with all the concerns about them selling the keyboard?
Sure I am, it's indeed a design firm! So it surely won't be them who will
manufacture and sell the final product. But doesn't mean it won't see the
light of day by the hand of the company they did the consulting and design
This design firm has Samsung among its clients. Their work looks
respectable. I presume there's something more behind the sneak preview they
teased us with. It surely looks feasible, and, thanks to current technology,
easily feasible. Let's wait and see.
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