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A Printable Keyboard That Functions Like A Regular Keyboard – 17 February 2014

A Printable Keyboard That Functions Like A Regular Keyboard – 17 February 2014

Cambridge-based creative development firm Novalia has created a functional keyboard that can be printed onto a sheet of paper.

Unveiled at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the keyboard is printed onto standard photo paper with conductive ink via Bluetooth. It works by employing captive touch technology that does not require special machinery, using standard print processes like screen printing, flexography and offset lithography. The use of inexpensive materials helps to keep costs low, and the team hopes to price it at an extremely affordable price of $10.
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