Weirdly Interesting This Mouse And Keyboard Literally Fits On Your Hand  

Mick Jacobs

If you tire of typing with only your thumbs or ample space isn't available for your laptop, Tap, the wearable keyboard, might be for you. The video below shows how a one-handed "keyboard" could revolutionize the way you communicate.

The Tap device itself, which looks like the Silicon Valley version of brass knuckles, gives you all the letters of the alphabet on one hand. Each finger corresponds to a particular vowel and two-finger combinations introduce consonants. 

It sounds confusing, but the creators of Tap swear by its accessibility, claiming users need only an hour to get the hang of it. With its Bluetooth technology, the Tap connects to tablets, laptops, smartphones, and even gaming consoles.

To get a better idea of how the Tap works, check it out in action in the video below. Could the Tap completely change the way humans type? Remember, people once said texting was "just a fad," and now people say "lol" out loud.