Keyboard app for low-precision typing
asadr at ocadu.ca
Wed Feb 13 11:12:18 EST 2013
Thanks for sharing these articles. I came across a few interesting alternative physical inputs on my research on alternative keyboards. But the most interesting one to me was Maky Maky (http://www.makeymakey.com/) which lets you make your own keyboard, and gives the ability to create anything into a key. I wonder what you guys think about this, and if remapping and creating your own keyboard would be the solution.
On 2013-02-13, at 10:41 AM, Johnny Taylor <johnny at abledaccess.com<mailto:johnny at abledaccess.com>>
That is great, thanks. But what was of interest to me, at least, was the mention of "alternative keyboards" -- now that I've begun to casually explore "remapping" mine (QWERTY is really so inefficient for me). I've tried Dvorak, years ago, and it didn't click for whatever reason. I'm thinking I wasn't in the right head space to switch. But ever since reading Blake "Watson's post More efficient typing with the Chubon keyboard layout" <http://www.ihatestairs.org/2013/01/more-efficient-typing-with-the-chubon-keyboard-layout/> I've been really contemplating the switch. More food for thought. Interesting times. Thanks.
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... And the solution is inclusion
On 2013-02-13, at 10:06 AM, tona monjo <tonamonjo at gmail.com<mailto:tonamonjo at gmail.com>> wrote:
Today's FastCoDesign contains an interesting article about Flesky<http://fleksy.com/>, a new keyboard app that efficiently corrects typing errors. I've thought it can be inspiring for us:
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