A virtual keyboard running on an existing device such as a tablet brings the power and customizability of mobile keyboards, while keeping the ergonomics of traditional keyboards. Meanwhile haptic feedback, well chosen sounds and morphing displays can mimic the feel of traditional keyboards. The keyboard can be used to launch apps, view notifications, and quickly adjust settings, such as in the case of the dynamic function keys.
Virtual keyboards can also make use of a stylus, giving artists more control over their work, and allowing anyone to easily take notes, markup documents and access tons of new shortcuts. Finally, changing the keyboard could make apps more user friendly, along with giving bilingual users a simple way to change between keyboard layouts.
I am currently working on a Framer prototype, and hopefully I will have it finished within a week.
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