Wearable Keyboard, Mouse & Controller
Tapping Is Fast
Tapping is a completely new way to input. By tapping your fingers on any surface, you can input hundreds of commands, macros, and controls quickly. You can type as quickly as you can lift your fingers off a surface, and you’ll never lose what keys you’re on.
+ Tap can register up to 10 actions per second
+ Input at up to 120 WPM (with one hand only!)
+ Remap your device to inputs that are comfortable and convenient for you
Worried about the learning curve? We recently ran a contest to see how fast people can get. Tappers reached over 60 words per minute in just 3 weeks of play.
Tapping is Accurate
Inputting with Tap is more accurate than soft keyboards, gestures or even voice – it’s also completely private, and we would never monitor your data. By using touch-based inputs, you never have to worry about costly missclicks or typos.
+ Precision algorithms decode the slightest movements coming from state of the art sensors
+ Reinforced muscle memory enables you to tap exactly the letter you wanted (with greater than 99.5% accuracy)
+ No need to look for keys
Learning To Tap Is Easy!
It takes just 90 minutes to learn the English Tap Alphabet – it takes less time to watch 2 episodes of Game Of Thrones. We worked with Stanford memory scientists to create a learning application that uses muscle memory and repetition to make learning Tap easy and fun. Tap registers up to 10 inputs a second, so you can type at up to 120 WPM with it.
+ Gamified learning experience to maximize memory retention
+ Tap’s learning games have multiple modes so you’ll never get bored
+ Connect to your phone, tablet, laptop, computer or other Bluetooth enabled device to practice anywhere.
Tap Works On Any Surface!
Tap doesn’t limit you to sitting behind a computer screen or carrying a bulky external keyboard. By touching any surface, Tap connects you to the world around you for a truly unique experience.
+ Type on a variety of different surfaces (tables, floor, body parts, cushions, or even vertical walls)
+ Type in a comfortable position for your body to reduce RSI and other injuries.
+ Tap is the ultimate solution to input while confined to small, uncomfortable spaces (airplane seat, on a bus, in a crowd…)
Tap is Accessible
Tap enables visually impaired and disabled people to input quickly and accurately, with full privacy and control. As long as you can tap on a surface, you can use the device. We also have a blind and low vision accessible application to help you learn the alphabet.
+ Activate most of Apple’s VoiceOver commands with Tap
+ A complete input method that only requires the use of one hand
+ Discrete texting in crowded areas (when traveling, at a lecture, while shopping…)
Make Tap Your Own
Tap is Fully Customize-able!
Tap can be remapped so that your custom letters, commands or keybinds are configured to your preference. You can use Tap to play games, control your devices, enjoy virtual reality and more!
+ Bind macros to single taps for efficient inputs
+ Create unique maps for all your activities: coding, gaming, music, drones, droids, anything really…
+ Browse our store to find free existing maps for language, utility, games and more
Tapping Is Fun!
Tap is a new way to step up your game. Tap can link up to your computer for endless fun when playing PC games. Tap also comes with 4 fun free mobile games.
+ Map-able layouts enable you to create endless ways to use your Tap
+ Tap makes your older favorites feel brand new
+ Tap connects you more closely to what you love such as music, games, development and more.
Tapping is Creative
Tap enables you to input and control your musical instruments, production software and more.
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For Tap, the need is absolutely here. From wearable devices all the way up to AR/VR, all of those devices are in urgent need for sophisticated input methods.
Tap promises a future where a device doesn’t command our attention, it enables it.
[Tap] offers users who are blind or visually impaired with a way to communicate on mobile devices with the speed and convenience of sighted users.
I was impressed with how fast I was able to pick it up and how well I remembered the tap gestures from day to day.
Jony Ive, Apple’s design guru, might be proud.
[Tap] really works. [We were] able to learn the alphabet and start slowly typing in about 2 hours with most people apparently reaching 30-40 words per minute in about 5.