This is technology to reduce the need for "eye-hand" coordination by associating the keystrokes of a typical keyboard to simple finger movements. Ten keys are positioned so that each finger is able to press either of two keys, or to press both. This provides the ability to accurately touch-type or control your computer without looking, even wearing Virtual Reality glasses. Unlike a phone keypad that requires you to press until you get the right letter, or a touch-screen/menu system that makes you look at an on-screen image, all keystrokes are provided with direct random access to anything you want with a quick press, anytime you want it. DecaTxt keys are pressed simultaneously or in any order, and the keystroke is sent when a key is lifted. Use the DecaTxt Keyboard with either left or right hand. The configuration is alphabetic to simplify learning and the label is color coded with 96 keystrokes so you can learn to use it at your own pace. Every keystroke from the old keyboard is available at your fingertips so you have complete computer control on mobile devices. The DecaTxt keyboard uses the new IN10DID methodology to make mobile touch-typing simple enough that anyone can type accurately without looking. Use a single tap or combination press and you have the entire keyboard, no desktop required. With DecaTxt, you can type code, email or game more safely because you can stay aware of your environment. You don’t need to look at a touch-screen keyboard to hunt and peck anymore because everything is at your fingertips. Plus you can use it where no one else can see you text! Touch-typing is better suited for mobile devices and DecaTxt keyboard makes touch-typing easy! We feel it is ideal as assistive technology for low vision users and those with a limb impairment. We make the DecaTxt here in Florida with contacts we made at the Orlando Maker Faire so this is a special event for us! Please stop by and try the DecaTxt. We want your opinions on how we can improve accessibility, provide a better user experience and make gaming in Virtual reality kick a$$!
The Input Nomenclature 10 Digit Interface Device, or IN10DID, is a method of rethinking the keyboard by applying it onto your 10 fingers. This allows complete freedom to design the keyboard into any shape that allows access to ten key-points. After years of research and development, we finally have a product called “DecaTxt” and it’s available on Indiegogo. It was released last year and it is now a finalist in the prestigious R&D 100 hosted in Orlando on November 16th & 17th 2017. DecaTxt is also featured on “Elevator Pitch” sponsored by Entrepreneur Magazine & Indiegogo. The IN10DID system has been demonstrated at CES, CTIA, Mobile HCI, Kennedy Space Center, and elsewhere including at Orlando Maker Fair since 2014.