The Curve Keyboard illuminates the keys that are compatible with the specific program one is working with, taking some of the guesswork out of remembering keyboard shortcuts.
Remembering keyboard shortcuts is a task which becomes even more tedious when considering that different computer programs require different combinations. To jog the average person's memory, Curve conveniently changes its layout based on the computer program that's currently open. This means that if a user is editing on Photoshop, the key combo that crops an image, or highlights a portion, will illuminate.
To make matters even more convenient, pressing control, alt or command will prompt the keyboard to display the available commands, eliminating the need to waste time guessing which keys will work and which won't.
The Curve Keyboard Illuminates Keys Based Different Programs
1. Program-specific Keyboards - Opportunities for designing keyboards that are customized to different programs and industries.
2. Intelligent Keyboards - The incorporation of intelligent features into keyboards which adapts the keyboard according to the intended use by the user, eliminating guesswork.
3. Virtual Keyboards - Future trend of keyboards synchronized with computer programs without the need for hardware, improvement in user experience and convenience.
1. Graphic Design Industry - Opportunities to introduce customized and intuitive keyboards capable of identifying Adobe and other graphics software key commands specifically.
2. Software Industry - A trend to develop intelligent keyboards specifically for software developers that adapt to the nature of the coding language currently in use to facilitate speedy typing without the need to remember individual commands.
3. Gaming Industry - Virtual keyboards capable of responding in real-time without the need for hardware constructions present a future trend for gaming industries, allowing gamers to have more interaction and immersive gameplay experience.