CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. was a key participant at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held in Las Vegas last week, January 8-11.
Operating under two different subsidiaries – Celluon Technology Holdings Ltd., a Canadian corporation engaged in the design and manufacturing of virtual 3D electronic projection; and Kaibida International Limited, a PDA, smartphone and telecommunication devices manufacturing company – CTX is now looking to offer an embedded projection keyboard, handheld mobile phone and other virtual input device.
Utilizing proprietary technology, CTX Virtual Technologies has developed a new product, the Android Smartphone with the Embedded Virtual Keyboard, which will enhance the versatility of smartphones, PCs and other consumer electronics.
The smartphone has an innovative semiconductor chip designed to be embedded and built into smartphones to allow for the projection of a fully functional virtual keyboard for smartphone users. In other words, the CTX’s proprietary semiconductor chip built into the smartphone will allow the smartphone user to display a full size fully functioning interactive virtual keyboard onto any hard surface for greater ease and quantity of data input.
The current prototype design, which utilizes 3-D laser projection technology, incorporates a micro pattern projector, infrared light source and sensor module.
Honed by the first-ever innovative semi-conductor chip designed specifically to project a fully functional virtual keyboard/mouse for use with smartphones or tablet, this one will eliminate the need to carry around smartphone accessories like keyboards.
CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc. believes a successful launch of such a product will revolutionize the way data is entered and managed. The company was interviewed by several global smartphone manufacturers on the new technology and potential application for future development.
CTX Virtual Technologies was featured by Consumer Electronics News as one of the most innovative products on the front cover of the first day edition.
CTX Virtual Technologies, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a virtual telecommunications technology company with facilities in the U.S., China, Canada and Korea.
According to the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the 2013 show was the largest in the show’s 45+ year history, with more than 150,000 attendees from 170 countries.
Edited by Braden Becker