Bud's Mini Geek-out :: the Minuum mini mobile keyboard
On-screen keyboards really haven’t changed much over the years. They’re laid out like a QWERTY keyboard, are 3 or 4 rows high, and sometimes take up half of your screen.
Well, go Canada: a Toronto company called Whirlscape is trying to turn the keyboard into a one-line strip with what they call Minuum.
It’s like a Miniature contINUUM of letters.
And they’re not just thinking about phones and tablets. They’re thinking ahead to rocketpack future concepts like typing on your arm, using a game controller, or waving your phone to denote key positions.