Wednesday, October 22, 2008

VIRTUAL KEYBOARD

The Virtual Laser Keyboard (VKB) is a revolutionary accessory (The only keyboard that operates in total darkness - see the picture below) for Blackberry, Smartphone, PDA, MAC & Tablet PC.
These are virtual keyboards that can be projected and touched on any surface. The keyboard watches your fingers move and translates that action into keystrokes in the device. Most systems can also function as a virtual mouse.





Keyboard projector
A holographic element illuminated by a red diode laser produces
a template of the keyboard.

Illumination Module
An infrared plane of invisible light is generated just above and
parallel to the surface of the keyboard.When a key is touched
light is reflected from this plane and directed towards the
sensor module.
Sensor module
Reflected light from the illumination module is passed through an
infrared filter and imaged on to a sensor chip which determines
the location of the light.It can process and interpret several
keystrokes simultaneously.
Working
The device detects movement when fingers are pressed down. Those
movements are measured and the device accurately determines the
intended keystrokes.Once the keystroke has been decoded, it is
sent to the portable device via wireless.
The ground breaking Virtual Keyboard (VKB) by I-Tech, uses state of the art infrared & laser technology to project a full-size keyboard onto any flat surface.

For the first time mobile device Users can actually type normally on this virtual keyboard (VKB), enabling them to work quickly and effectively, taking the pain and frustration out of existing minuscule keyboards and handwriting recognition software.

Lumio was initially well known for developing and licensing the 1st virtual laser keyboard (The VKB). Introduced first as a prototype at CeBIT with Siemens, the product was launched in early 2005 with Bluetooth and was recently voted "Best Innovation" 2007 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

RING BASED HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEM

The project, Ring based home automation system, aims at controlling the status of devices using series of missed calls made to a land phone. The system can either turn on or off any number of devices. Any device either electrical or electronic or both may be controlled, which makes the system ideal for offices or factories also. The mode of operation and the device itself is selected using missed calls only. Since no call is connected, there is no operational cost for the system baring the power losses. Three sets of missed calls must be made; the first one is for activating the system which also acts as a password for the system. The second set is for selecting the mode of operation and the third one is for selecting the device to be controlled. Even though automatic systems are common, it has not taken to a level to control simple operations such as controlling the electrical appliances of a home, but this system will be a difference. The system is cheapest and easiest automation solution for homes, offices, halls and perimeter areas.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

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