Cellulon Virtual Laser Keyboard

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Cellulon Virtual
Laser Keyboard
BY CARLOS A. SOTO
VICTORIA MCCLOUD
CSCE436
Traditional Keyboards
• Bulky
• Easily dirtied and broken
• Not easy to travel with
Cellulon Virtual Laser Keyboard
with Magic Cube
• Can project on any flat surface
• Keystroke recognition pattern of up to
350 keystokes/minute
• External cube measures 1.5 x 3.0 x 1.1
• Keyboard is roughly 9.5 x 3.5
• Keyboard doubles as a virtual mouse
• Connects to most blue-tooth enabled
devices
How it Works
• Incorporates Electronic Perception
Technology (EPT) to track finger
movements (3D )
• Keystrokes recognized and relayed
through invisible infrared layer
combined with an optical sensor
• Laser is interrupted when a key is
pressed, producing UV reflections
• System assigns a coordinate
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