Wishlist/Text Input

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* Once there is hardware with multi-touch screen support, [[Wishlist:Spell weaving|gesturing with 2-3 fingers]] might offer interesting possibilities.
 
* Once there is hardware with multi-touch screen support, [[Wishlist:Spell weaving|gesturing with 2-3 fingers]] might offer interesting possibilities.
 
* Use [[VoiceText|voice to dictate text]]
 
* Use [[VoiceText|voice to dictate text]]
* Use [[Optical Character Recognition]] on an image that exists on the file system or via a picture that has just been taken (even if it is a temporary picture only for this purpose).
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* Use [[Optical Character Recognition]] and [[Barcode Recognition]] on an image that exists on the file system or via a picture that has just been taken (even if it is a temporary picture only for this purpose).
  
 
===== Interesting hardware input devices =====
 
===== Interesting hardware input devices =====

Revision as of 06:59, 17 May 2007

Current version supports input using on screen keyboard. You can also use Bluetooth keyboards and with (battery) powered USB hub can also use USB keyboards.

Near computer can also use networking over Bluetooth or USB and then ssh into device or run X11 programs remotely and thus use whatever input possibilities other computer supports.

Wishes warning! This article or section documents one or more OpenMoko Wish List items, the features described here may or may not be implemented in the future.

Contents

New input methods
Patented input methods
Other ways to enter text
Interesting hardware input devices
  • Credit-card sized bluetooth keyboard (Note: apparently supports only Bluetooth Serial Port Profile and not HID; supportable, of course, but does Bluez handle these already as keyboards or would that require hacking?)
  • Bluetooth laser virtual keyboard
  • Frogpad
  • Freedom Mini, apparently not manufactured anymore but still sold and works out of the box with Bluez' hidd. Has a spring-loaded hinge for squeezing a phone/PDA against the keyboard; seems like a Neo could attach nicely but don't have one to actually test. --Mjr 10:30, 15 May 2007 (CEST)
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Current version supports input using on screen keyboard. You can also use Bluetooth keyboards and with (battery) powered USB hub can also use USB keyboards.

Near computer can also use networking over Bluetooth or USB and then ssh into device or run X11 programs remotely and thus use whatever input possibilities other computer supports.

Wishes warning! This article or section documents one or more OpenMoko Wish List items, the features described here may or may not be implemented in the future.
New input methods
Patented input methods
Other ways to enter text
Interesting hardware input devices
  • Credit-card sized bluetooth keyboard (Note: apparently supports only Bluetooth Serial Port Profile and not HID; supportable, of course, but does Bluez handle these already as keyboards or would that require hacking?)
  • Bluetooth laser virtual keyboard
  • Frogpad
  • Freedom Mini, apparently not manufactured anymore but still sold and works out of the box with Bluez' hidd. Has a spring-loaded hinge for squeezing a phone/PDA against the keyboard; seems like a Neo could attach nicely but don't have one to actually test. --Mjr 10:30, 15 May 2007 (CEST)