Celluon Magic Cube - World's only virtual projection keyboard and multi-touch mouse

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Sure its just a toy..but for geeks..its a cool toy

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+18 1. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

"Bang your head on your keyboard", is not that funny anymore...
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+6 2. huldu commented 10 years ago

I really dislike anything battery driven along with computers. I hope they have an option to connect it to the computer to not use battery mode.
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+19 3. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

so we have advertisments in SNOTR now?
should we get actual entertainment in the side banners please
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+4 4. orion commented 10 years ago

I still don't see what's the point of this. It's no better than touch keyboards these mobile devices already have. And since you cannot actually feel the key positions, it will be a nightmare to use for people that are actually good with the keyboard.
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+3 5. ZaMpTi commented 10 years ago

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+3 6. samxgx commented 10 years ago

#2? did you watch the video more than first minute? it says also works on usb mode...
#4: for example, dentists in the netherlands ( holland ) are obligated to have a clean untouched work space after each patient. now they have 2 options: the flexible keyboard which hurt your finger after a while or the full glass plate touch keyboard which cost a lot and are very hard to use due to bad touch tech
now they just have to wipe the surface where the keyboard is emited and it wont mater what you use to type with, gloves or not it always wil work
and yes, without feeling F and J under your fingers, its bad... but i guess you could paste something there where F and J are emited.
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+3 7. Pana (reviewer) commented 10 years ago

This is shit, get this, trust me... http://www.leapmotion.com/
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+4 8. irishgek commented 10 years ago

#6 How often does a dentist use a fucking keyboard. What a stupid argument.
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+1 9. ImprsdBySmartVid commented 10 years ago

#6 - #8: In France, dentists and doctors use a keyboard connected to a computer to update their files or for drugs prescriptions for each patients. So this technology can be useful for them! For travelers also, because it's difficult to keep your luggage in good conditions if not with you all the time, so it must be as light as possible.
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+3 10. Gorf commented 10 years ago

How long before they get a class action lawsuit from RSI sufferers? That doesn't look like a comfortable typing position...
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+1 11. irishgek commented 10 years ago

#9 Ya for 5 seconds of each patient, Also what ever has a lens can get dirty and cause it to not work.

Also lets point out you can get a almost invisible flex keyboard with touch sensitive buttons that weighs far less than that and I have tried a laser keyboard once if your hands or fingers are not in the right place they do not see the fingers hitting , there a fad and a toy.
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+1 12. samxgx commented 10 years ago

:) #8 how about if your dentist works on a patient with some kinda contagious disease... and he types something with his diseased gloves on that patients record and you are next... would you not like him to have a clean keyboard before he looks up your records?
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-2 13. Mafu commented 10 years ago

#12 Sure, and what if an alien comes down to earth to get its teeth checked by the dentist. However, the teeth of the alien are wayy too big to be checked and made out of contagious disease inflicting, purple liquid. The dentist is forced to remove all the teeth of the alien because the alien only has wisdom-teeth! While the dentist removes the teeth, the dangerous liquid sprays all over the documents of the dentist. Now, you are next, wouldn't you like that the dentist uses a clean keyboard? :D What's this dentist argument here. If its useful or not is disputable...let's just enjoy that technology is going forward and forward :)
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0 14. downtown commented 10 years ago

Not even a cube :|
And where's the magic?
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-1 15. cretia commented 10 years ago

a real keyboard is better than this crap
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0 16. Zephid commented 10 years ago

Now when you fall asleep on your keyboard you'll wake up with sunburn?