Between Samsung’s release of several smartwatches at MWC and the rumors about a future Samsung-made computerized headset, it’s fairly clear that the Korean giant is interested in establishing itself as a major player in the wearable market.
Samsung’s solution is to bring us an AR keyboard, which works by having the three sections of each of your fingers (except the thumb) represent different input characters. Different layouts can even be used, depending on your choice of language and whether or not you were using one or both hands.
Controlling the keyboard is as simple as selecting the sections of your finger using your thumb, with an on-screen representation of your hand guiding you through the process. Alternately, a headset with augmented reality overlay abilities could also project the characters directly onto your fingers.
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