The Minuum keyboard is based of the QWERTY keyboard and looks completely different. You'll be able to "sloppy type" with the benefit of smart auto-correction. The Minuum keyboard lays out 26 letters on one row on the screen. The design purposely "frees up the keyboard to be anywhere you like on the screen."

With wearable technology -- a flexible resistive touch strip -- you'll be able to type anywhere. Project the on-screen letters onto a wall, wrist or table to type on any surface. You'll also be able to type using hand gestures in the air.

The Minuum developers have created an iOS prototype and are working on an Android app. The project currently raising support on Kickstarter plans to debut the Android app to crowdfunding backers in June. The full release will happen in early 2014.

[via Indiegogo]