The wireless computer keyboard
uses the split space bar keyboard as a chordic 8 key braille keyboard (a chordic stenographer keyboard).
All Latin based alphabet languages and all computer data found in the ASCII and Extended ASCII 8 bit binary computer code
are produced by typing combinations of 8 keys.
The ASCII and Extended ASCII 8 bit binary computer codes have been rearranged into a new copyrighted and patented
8 bit binary computer code that can be used as a method of typing,
an 8 dot Unified Braille Code for computer data and all Latin based alphabets or as a method of
finger braille / finger spelling form of communication
for the speech impaired and DeafBlind community.
Pressing any key on the wireless game keyboard produces the data labeled on the key face, just like a standard computer keyboard or typewriter.
While typing or touch typing , the QWERTY keyboard has an editing mode that is entered into by pressing the left and right space bars both down at the same time.
The computer keyboard allows the typist to easily backspace and delete data or move the cursor to the left and to the right while in the editing mode or cursor movement mode.
The wireless computer keyboard is the only keyboard device that meets with all the requirements found in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Section 504 and Section 508 of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The virtual keyboard makes all existing keyboards and keyboarding technologies obsolete.