TPU reports researchers from the University of Technology Sydney have created a new kind of keyboard technology for touchscreens. LiquidKeyboard breaks down the keyboard to chunks of keys that a finger is most likely to hit.
This technology ensures faster typing, particularly in touchscreen devices such as tablets. By now you may have guessed that LiquidKeyboard is in fact a virtual-keyboard application, but the concept itself opens up many possibilities. Think of keyboards that are entirely made of touchscreen, coupled with Senseg's revolutionary haptic touchscreen technology.