According to foreign media reports, it is not easy to start office work in virtual reality (VR). It’s not just that VR lacks software plug-ins and most working applications, but the keyboard part is really frustrating. To this end, Facebook is working on a way to completely bypass the physical keyboard and track by hand. < p > < p > the latest research project from Facebook reality labs was presented at the Symposium on user interface and software technology, which demonstrated typing at 73 words per minute on a desk. The project is not ready for oculus quest VR headgear, but it has manual tracking function, but it does not support input. The project appears to be using additional tracking sensors and special gloves inlaid with motion capture markers. < / P > < p > “to support touch input without a physical keyboard – and without tactile feedback from a single button – the team had to figure out the erratic input patterns,” Facebook commented on the research project in a post. Facebook’s input AI is adapted from speech recognition, but searches for specific keystrokes in general finger movements. It works as a predictor when typing letters. Facebook said in the post that so far, the research has brought typing speed to “73 words per minute, with a 2.4% error rate on a flat surface.”. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today

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