Minuum is a keyboard for mobile devices that’s designed to move away from traditional massive keyboards that take up about half the screen on phones and tablets. Instead, Minuum is a thin strip of letters arranged in the QWERTY keyboard order, and it allows users to be faster and sloppier with the help of auto-correct software. The keyboard is also designed to work with various inputs to make it compatible with future wearable computing devices. The Minuum Keyboard project is currently seeking funding on IndieGogo, and is expected to launch in early 2014.
via Tom Coates