The folks behind Swype are now trying to change tablet typing, this time with Dryft. It is a virtual keyboard for touch typists.
When you use Dryft, you lay your hands on the tablet like how you would on a keyboard. Dryft will dynamically move the rest of the keys around your fingers.
It goes as far as to measure vibrations with the accelerometer to tell if your fingers are typing on the screen or if they are just resting. The system can accommodate typing speeds of up to 80 WPM. Not bad.
The system isn't in beta just yet and its founders are looking for investors. Check it out in the video below: [Dryft]
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