Samsung shows the invisible keyboard for smartphones

With the help of artificial intelligence, your fingers will be traced while typing on an invisible keyboard.

Samsung has developed a smartphone console that doesn’t really exist. With the help of artificial intelligence, the program SelfieType tracks finger movements and translates them into words, the Telegraph reports. The prototype is currently being presented at CES in Las Vegas.

The virtual keyboard is used through the selfie camera on the smartphone. Therefore, no additional equipment is required.

A demonstration video shows how hand movement is analyzed and interpreted.

A keyboard appears on your smartphone or tablet, which you can use to navigate. The project is still at an early stage of research.

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