Bluetooth Enabled Wearable Keyboard and Mouse
Bluetooth Enabled Wearable Keyboard and Mouse- Cross Platform Controller for Smartphone, Tablet, PC, Laptop, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality & SmartTV
Bluetooth Enabled Wearable Keyboard and Mouse, Tap is a virtual input device that uses chords to register text. There are no keys involved at all – no projected keyboard, no invisible key patterns, and no holograms. You type characters and commands by tapping a combination of fingers on any surface. The Tap Strap has accelerometers built into each finger-ring, which collect motion and acceleration information from your fingers. That information analyzed by a small computer chip, which built into the thumb ring. The output character then transmitted via Bluetooth to the paired device.
About Bluetooth Enabled Wearable Keyboard and Mouse:-
- Tap Wearable made from soft-touch TPU
- Charging case with 370mA backup battery
- MicroUSB cable and Quickstart guide
- Works with any certified USB adapter (not included)
- A suite of free mobile (iOS/Android) Tap Apps & Games such as TapGenius to learn Tapping & the Tap Alphabet
How Does the Tap Mouse Work?
The Tap Strap is also very precise and easy to use a mouse. A small optical chip installed in the corner of the thumb ring. Which has both a laser and an image sensor? When you place your thumb down on a surface, Tap automatically turns into a mouse. You move the cursor with small movements of your thumb and control the mouse clicks with finger taps. For example, to LEFT CLICK, you tap your index finger, and to RIGHT CLICK, you tap your middle finger. There are clicks for all of the basic mouse commands such as drag-and-drop, and scrolling. When you lift your hand from the surface, Tap automatically turns back into a keyboard for a seamless transition.
How Fast Can I Get?
The fastest verified tapping speed is currently 70 Words per Minute (WPM), which is almost six taps per second with one hand! The average tapper who completes 20 days of TapAcademy can tap at 35 WPM, which is close to the national average speed for touch-typists. Many of our tappers have recorded speeds in the ’50s and 60’s WPM range. The theoretical limit for tapping speed is 10 taps per second, which is 120 WPM.