A beautiful keyboard cup developed by Google Japan #Keyboard
The Gboard team at Google Japan have designed a teacup with a functional keyboard around it. What a concept!
We have proposed various keyboards and devices to realize a unique character input environment.
And this time as well, we will introduce DIY keyboards that you can actually make at home, just like the keyboards you have used so far.
When I was drinking tea, I knocked down the cup and spilled tea on the keyboard. This is a keyboard that we have newly devised to avoid such playful but bitter mistakes.
The Gboard teacup version contains a storage space in the center of the key by arranging the keys in a cylindrical shape. It is an epoch-making keyboard that solves the problem by integrating the teacup that may be knocked down with the keyboard.
The keys are arranged with the Chinese characters of the fish edition in Japanese syllabary. Instead of AIUEO, sushi arrangements such as horse mackerel, sardine, eel, eel, and sardine are used, and characters are input by fish-kanji conversion.
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