IN10DID, Inc. hopes its one-handed Bluetooth keyboard, the DecaTxt, can give millions who are blind, an alternative way to use mobile devices and help people with limited mobility, neurological conditions or limb loss to control computers remotely too. DecaTxt provides a new way of touch-typing on computers and mobile devices without looking, helping users maintain visual awareness. Touchscreens can be problematic, even for the sighted. The DecaTxt provides 10 physical keys, two in each of five rows such that the fingers in one hand can press any combination of the keys. The alphabet is accomplished with a single key press or with one of the two keys near the thumb held in combination.
“Our goal is to improve access and make input safer and easier” says IN10DID Founder, Wayne Rasanen. “In Virtual Reality, DecaTxt eliminates pointing and clicking to type.”
The initial production of the keyboard sold on Amazon for $125, but is offered for $83 on the Indiegogo Crowdfunding page. Minor changes and software improvements are planned for DecaTxt 2.2 and the campaign makes the one-handed keyboard available worldwide for the first time. DecaTxt is a finalist for the prestigious 55th annual R&D 100, to be announced on November 17th in Orlando.
https://www.rd100conference.com/awards/winners-finalists/6710/decatxt-in10did/ The campaign can be seen at https://igg.me/at/decatxt DecaTxt is found at www.in10did.com and www.decatxt.com
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