Welcome to TAP

playing game on smartphone with tap

Welcome to Tap, the Bluetooth-enabled wearable that integrates with your world, replacing the need for a keyboard.

Tap means freedom, and functions like a virtual keyboard and trackpad— communicating with your device when you tap on any surface. The Tap is worn on a single hand like a lightweight fingerless glove, and offers a seamless experience that makes things like texting, browsing the web, and even gameplay easier.

It takes users less than an hour to learn to tap using the TapGenius app. The TapGenius learning system breaks down the alphabet into eight easy to remember “tap-sets.” The app combines musical and visual mnemonic tutorials for each set as well as engaging game-play. Tap also provides an auditory learning system, TapAloud, for visually disabled tappers.

We developed Tap technology to meet your ever-changing needs in the age of wearables, virtual reality, and mobile tech. If youve ever been annoyed by texting mistakes, or felt restricted by your keyboard while dabbling in AR or VR— then you know what we’re getting at.

Tap was designed with human dexterity and best-practice ergonomics in mind, to ensure that tapping combinations can be employed as effortlessly as possible.

We’re excited to join the wearable space and hope to ignite an ecosystem of users, developers, compliant devices and device makers to drive future innovation.

We believe that advanced tech should conform to your parameters— not the other way around. Welcome to a tactile experience that doesn’t set any boundaries.

2 thoughts on “Welcome to TAP

  1. Tim Jeanes says:

    Five fingers gives you 31 tap combinations, which is not enough to cover all letters, numbers and punctuation. How do you map them? Do some characters require multiple taps?

  2. Mrs Sheila Harris says:

    To Jim Jeanes, you tap the middle, ring and pinky together to switch to numbers (see the practice videos for numbers) so they must have other combinations to switch to punctuation, function keys etc. These will be the difficult keys to remember as most people only use ampersand (for example) on rare occasions. I see no one is answering queries but I’ll ask anyway…
    To Tap Strap.
    Can a video be made showing how to type space, comma, period, apostrophe and question mark? This will enable people to practice most sentences instead of just letters and words. Imagine if enthusiasts like me can claim to have learned to type fast already, or demonstrate on You Tube a fast speed on a typing test. This would be excellent publicity as people are afraid to learn a new system as they incorrectly think they will get confused with qwerty. A PDF of all the characters would be cool too but I imagine the beta testing might cause some odd characters to be changed around depending on feedback.

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