A cool concept, perhaps the future of gaming keyboards?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Krio, Jan 23, 2016.

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  1. geobayWarmBlack136

    geobayWarmBlack136 New Member

    I've recently started to play league of legends and one thing I'm still not good at it constantly checking my skills to see when their cooldowns are done, so my proposed solution? A keyboard with a vibrate/haptic feedback in each individual key that every game can tap into to send the vibrating command. No longer will consoles be the only one's that can have a more immersive experience. We are le pc master race!

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. Shyzune

    Shyzune Member

    You probably can setup this with a bit of chroma-apps. Maybe when you press the key and than after a few secounds i comes again :eek:. Just create an app ;)
     
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  3. SEAWEEEEDA

    SEAWEEEEDA Active Member

    yeah i think it's quite a cool idea. I know for mmos, when the spell is almost done (or 0.5/1 sec) to finish cooldown, the specific key could vibrate or haptic feedback as you said. That will up the level of gaming experience. cool idea!
     
  4. bmoconno

    bmoconno Well-Known Member

    Interesting concept, I imagine that a keyboard with 100+ little motors in a keyboard to allow rumble on any key would be prohibitively expensive, but a keyboard where maybe just the QWERTY and 1-6 keys can vibrate would be a lot more feasible.

    Obviously a flashing key on a Chroma wouldn't be particularly effective here, since your eyes should be on the screen/map. But that could be useful in MMOs where twitch reaction time isn't as important and your eyes can wander.
     
  5. MaxiPigz

    MaxiPigz Member

    That keyboard would be quiet awesome. I would have more a chroma for each skill than a vibration
     
  6. Ur2eZ_4_Me

    Ur2eZ_4_Me Active Member

    A Razer rep spoke on this during a CES video on the Stealth. The keyboard is definitely capable of doing this if the right app is developed for it.
     
  7. nwpboon

    nwpboon Member

    That would be quite expensive to make keys vibrate on individual keys and it would only be useful on keys that you'd be keeping your fingers on so you feel it vibrate. Umm, kinda pointless on a keyboard and waaay expensive. Only limitedly useful on a gaming keypad, maybe even only limited to 4 keys.
     
  8. Tinikko

    Tinikko Member

    Damn.. I need a job to buy that keyboard
     
  9. LINBINGBING

    LINBINGBING Member

    I don't think chroma will be useful in this case since your focus will be mostly on the screen not the keyboard...
     
  10. MaxiPigz

    MaxiPigz Member

    You got a point, still i'm not a fan of vibration, I think it would be strange
     
  11. Eoinmc97

    Eoinmc97 Member

    For cost and complexity reasons, I doubt it would ever be done outside WASD and 1-6. RGB LEDs would be useless as your eyes would be on the screen.

    I think Steelseries have done it right: Haptic feedback in the mouse that's configurable.
     
  12. geobayWarmBlack136

    geobayWarmBlack136 New Member

    An app wouldn't work in this case, the whole reason for the sensation of touch on a keyboard / a few keys is so you can focus on the screen rather than the keyboard where your fingers are covering the lights.

    And I agree with what people are saying here, having EVERY key like that would be really hard so perhaps a few keys such as qwer for league etc would be a better option.
     
  13. APATITEXanadutech438

    APATITEXanadutech438 Active Member

    LOL yah, i never get to see my keyboard during game...
     
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