LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Tap Systems, Inc., the company behind the Tap wearable keyboard and mouse, announced today they have released a developer SDK. The released software kit enables interested developers to design applications that incorporate and/or include the Tap wearable and its functionality. The Tap device is a comfortable wearable that sits at the base of your fingers and senses finger taps as input. Connecting to any Bluetooth enabled device, Tap users can currently compose text, play games, point, click and scroll using just about any available surface.
"Since Tap's inception we've been contacted by everyone from mobile game and language input developers, to folks developing for accessibility use and even enterprise," said Dovid Schick, CEO and Founder of Tap Systems. "The Tap has so much potential and we are excited to share our SDK with the developer community to see what amazing applications and uses people come up with."
Interested game developers can now create novel gameplay experiences and increase engagement by utilizing the precision and diversity of Tap's input. These games can easily be ported between mobile, console and desktop platforms while preserving the same game interface. Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality developers can now use Tap for eyes-free control and input for their virtual environments. Language Input developers will now be able to apply Tap for other languages and custom alphabets.
Tap System's released toolset includes SDKs for both iOS and Android, a plug-in for Unity, as well as example applications and documentation. The company has also released an API to enable any BLE enabled platform to interface directly with the Tap wearable.
Interested developers can sign up to be a part of our Tap Developer community for updates, news and support: https://www.tapwithus.com/developers.
The Tap wearable is available for purchase at http://www.tapwithus.com for $179.
Tap Systems, Inc. located in Pasadena, California, is the creator of Tap, the wearable mouse and keyboard. Tap delivers untethered data and control input to Bluetooth-enabled devices, from wearables, smartphones and tablets to TVs and VR/AR environments. Physical connection to the device is not required, and neither is being able to see or feel a keyboard. Tap was created by industry veterans Dovid Schick and Sabrina Kemeny to bring consumers the next big shift in input technology.
SOURCE Tap Systems, Inc.