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vbVeryBeginner



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vbVeryBeginner
sometime i think, i wasted lot of energy by writing using pen, typing using keyboard, moving the mouse, press it, click, double click.

i need a computer/pen that use minimal human energy,
so i did a simple test ! Smile
holding a pen (without much energy, just to prevent it fall down) then write some character,
i tried english first, abc def and etc.
then i tried some arabic character, (quite interesting is, the character seems easy to write and readable although i just use little energy to control the pen movement)
then i tried chinese charater (which is quite impossible to read :p )

the defination of how little energy that i use is, u can't feel the written character at the back of plain A4 paper.

maybe there should be a simple soft glove that once u put on it, you just need to use little energy to accomplish whatever you intend, eg. the glove could be set to hold the pen, so the hand just move around then the glove would enforce it to write into character.

the best would be ur hand sit still, but u just use some really slight movement (the glove or the pad must be extra sensitive toward hands movement & pressure)

just some rant
Post 03 Oct 2006, 22:37
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revolution
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revolution
I think by writing that message above you wasted more energy than you could possibly save with a movement amplifying glove. cf. "Matrix: Revolutions" (you remember, the movie, not the two fasm board members here), also "Aliens", they used robots where the person sits inside and controls all the limbs. Maybe you can go one step further and use just thoughts to control the robot.
Post 04 Oct 2006, 05:58
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