The ViewTablet

Contemporary personal computers have two major flaws: the non-collocation (or dislocation) of haptical focus and optical focus; and the control of the pointing device by the hand, both discussed here. In addition, current computer screens (CRT or TFT) are active devices, i.e. very fatiguing for eyes. These factors combined might be the reason why it is so difficult to prove-read papers on the screen, and why people still print documents. That being said, the requirements for an input/output device are as follows:

ViewTablet, a USB/Bluetooth slave device can remedy the situation:

Its operation is simple:


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Copyleft, Peter Wurmsdobler.
Created on July 1 2007,
Last modified on July 1 2007.