‘Moky’ is a gesture controlled touch pad to be released by the Korean technology company with the same name. This aims to eliminate the need for consumers to use a separate mouse and touchpad when operating their computers. Moky has a invisible touchpad built directly into the keys. It also is a rechargeable Bluetooth keyboard. The gesture system allows users to type over the touchpad.
The visual touchpad is made using infrared laser sensors, which are able to sense where your fingers and moving and then translate those movements into navigation signals. The Moky touchpad is just a prototype for now. But it could prove to be a invention for those who find the traditional mouse and keyboard uncomfortable to use.