Keyboards without Keyboards: A Survey of Virtual Keyboards

@inproceedings{Klsch2002KeyboardsWK,
  title={Keyboards without Keyboards: A Survey of Virtual Keyboards},
  author={Mathias K{\"o}lsch and Matthew Turk},
  year={2002}
}
Input to small devices is becoming an increasingly crucial factor in development for the ever-more powerful embedded market. Speech input promises to become a feasible alternative to tiny keypads, yet its limited reliability, robustness, and flexibility render it unsuitable for certain tasks and/or environments. Various attempts have been made to provide the common keyboard metaphor without the physical keyboard, to build “virtual keyboards” . This promises to leverage our familiarity with the… CONTINUE READING

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