This video shows how a professional in any presentation situation can use the Tap wearable keyboard and mouse to create exciting PowerPoint presentations by tapping to control media. Tap works by registering which fingers you are tapping and sending the associated command to a paired BlueTooth device.
This is a transcript of the Blind Abilities’ coverage of the 2018 National Federation of the Blind Convention interview with Tap Co-Founder, Sabrina Kemeny. This interview is conducted by Antonio Guimaraes.
Tap is a wearable, one-handed keyboard that can be used on virtually any surface to input text using simple finger taps. This video demonstrates how typing with the Tap keyboard performs on your leg, turning any surface into your workspace. You can get your own Tap on our website or Amazon.
We’ve had a lot of questions about how fast one can Tap. Well, we are not yet sure. The hardware limit is 120 WPM, but we don’t yet know how fast users will get. After all, the QWERTY keyboard has been around since 1873, while we’ve only been shipping Tap since early 2018. Still, the […]
In this video, Tap CEO, Dovid Schick, briefly demonstrates how to type using the Tap Strap wearable keyboard as well as how some of the letters, numbers and symbols look using the Tap Alphabet. This keyboard glove lets you type on the go using finger inputs instead of an outdated QWERTY layout.
Welcome to 2018 and an exciting year for the TAP community! As we approach the first units being shipped, our CEO and inventor of TAP, Dovid Schick, wants to share the first of some key functions to using your TAP strap. TAP is easy to learn and will change the way you communicate in your […]