Typing the Glass

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Talking to Google’s Glass will not always be necessary to have it send a message. With Minuum for Glass a keyboard is added to the device. At WDCD14 designer Richard The, who works at Google Creative Lab in New York, showed a video imagining possible uses for Google Glass. All proposed applications where still controlled by voice command. But now Whirlscape launched Minuum, ‘the little keyboard for big fingers’.

Minuum is a genuine redesign of the keyboard, that up until now was still based on the old Qwerty-typewriter’s keyboards. Minuum is a smart, small keyboard available for Android devices that is specially designed for wearable devices with tiny screens like watches. But it works for phones too. And for Google Glass.

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