Touch Typing - Avoid lowering your eyes
(One page – Executive summary)
Pre-seed / 3 Employees / Consumer Electronics industry / High expertise / Market size $5 billions / Patent high potential
The aim to to develop a product that simulates the user hands over the keyboard and shows that on the screen in real time. There is a big change here to cooperate with the computer industry manufacturers in addition to market this product by the company itself. For this purpose prototypes of General 1 & 2 need to be developed while Generation 3 will be a commercial product.
- Solve ergonomic problem of lowering eye toward keyboard.
- Make the human-Machine interface fluent.
- Display on screen the hands sensed by the keyboard.
- Develop a keyboard that each key has sensing element.
- Simulate hands on screen.
- The market is divided into two main parts:
- End users, consumers, bloggers, programmers, general usage.
- Computer industry manufacturers.
- Markey size
- By 2026 5$B for keyboards only.
- by 2025 350 million units of Laptop and desktop.
- Keyboards manufacturers.
- Computer (laptop & desktop) manufacturers.
- The big companies (Microsoft, Logitech etc) has comfortable keyboards that might solve RSI (Repetitive strain injury) pains.
- They DON’T have a solution to solve the neck pain.
- Current solutions are: accessories on fingers / hands, touchscreen keyboards, not convenient solutions.
- KeyView of Dov Moran’s project closed. It was a keyboard with screen along the keyboard.
- Prototype generation 2 alpha/Beta testers.
- Preliminary Patent
- Commercial generation 3
- Cooperate with Manufacturers
- Patent royalties
Founder & Advisors
- Self marketing by marketing channels.
- Marketing by Computer industry manufacturers to integrate the solution at their systems.
Funding & Finance
- Israeli Tnufa programs for prototype POC.
- Self invert to raise a company toward generation 2 prototype.
- Raise funds from Angels to go commercial low scale.
Milestones & Future plans
- Prototype POC.
- Prototype Gen2 100 pcs.
- Register patent(s).
- Become commercial.
- Pilot run with 1 manufacturer.
- Contracts with more manufacturers.