Tap Systems, Inc. located in Pasadena, California, is the creator of Tap, the wearable mouse and keyboard. Tap delivers untethered data and control input to Bluetooth-enabled devices, from wearables, smartphones, and tablets to TVs and VR/AR environments. Physical connection to the device is not required, and neither is being able to see or feel a keyboard. Tap was created by industry veterans Dovid Schick and Dr. Sabrina Kemeny to bring consumers the next big shift in input technology.
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Web & Mobile Links
Look, Ma, One Hand: Typing Gets a Makeover – Wall Street Journal
Wearable Tap Strap keyboard now lets Windows users type in VR – Venture Beat
Tapped out with traditional typing? This new wearable might provide a situational solution. – MacWorld
This wearable device can turn any surface into a keyboard – Mashable
What They’re Saying
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.