With the alluring range of latest smart phones and tablets, this term sounds quite viable these days. A virtual keyboard is a software component that allows a user to enter characters. Here is a project from the students of Cornell University which featuring a ‘Virtual keyboard’ which is not completely a software component but still is virtual in complete sense. This device replaces a physical keypad with a customizable keyboard printed on a standard A3 size paper whose keystrokes are read and translated to real input.
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