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posted on 04.04.2022, 06:07 by Saidur HossainSaidur Hossain
When compared to conventional keyboards, virtual touch screen keyboards provide less accuracy and agility. Furthermore, people are still unable to perceive the controls. The fundamental purpose of this research is to develop a key template that fits precisely with human finger motors and operates well with cognitive processing brain. Reaction time variability was utilized to compute the time, and human psychological variables were considered for this assembly pattern surface. The interface design also validates external BCI aspects such as human long term and short-term cognition, computer vision, eye gazing, and hue personal integrity to adjust with the reader so that the viewer may acclimatize with the interface and operate error less high-speed fluent typing

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saidurhossain@outlook.com

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East West University

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