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A User Friendly Dynamic Keyboard

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  • Yang, Gi-Chul (Department of Multimedia Engineering, Mokpo National University)
  • 양기철 (목포대학교, 멀티미디어공학과)
  • Received : 2014.04.14
  • Accepted : 2014.07.20
  • Published : 2014.07.28

Abstract

A new style keyboard which is user friendly and can be used efficiently in a small area is proposed in this paper. The most pre-existing keyboards were using the style of selecting a key among the arranged keys even the formats of key arrangement and the ways of using them were different. A new style of information input device called Dynamic Keyboard(DynaKey) is designed in this paper. Dynakey is a useful information input device which can be used efficiently for a mobile device with small display and for handicapped persons who has difficulties of selecting precise positions.

Keywords

Input Device;Universal Design;Keyboard;Interaction

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