Goal is to make typing more efficient mobile, wearable. All through reducing the learning curve. Haptic components provided one of three levels of reinforcement. Multiple associations are known improve learning and memory for skills like typing.
With Neotype communication is two ways, felt and expressed, new connected possibilities are opened up. Think text messaging, a mini command line or maybe ever SSH in the palm of your hand… or wrist ( in development). All accomplished on the device itself, making accessibility portable.
Would really be phyced to have collaborators that get as excited about accessibility as I do. Overall the moonshot to this project is to create an open platform to build any type of enhanced typing device on. Everything from supped up full keyboards, to homemade keyers, even empowering accessibility devices for the differently abled.
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