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By lyuden
One of the main obstacles during typing on flat keyboard is deficiency of tactile feedback. So my idea is that each key vibrates with different amplitude or frequency when it pressed and when not. Space between keys not vibrating at all. G and H keys on qwerty vibrate differently from other keys (or just have usual marks). It will allow to create slim keyboards without moving parts and with tactile feedback.

Also, this idea can be used in desktop keyboards with different rows of keys having
different "feel". and in waterproof silicone keyboards to actuate tactile feedback.

P.S. Probably it is possible to detect pressing event by change of frequency of free silicon crystal when finger is touching it therefore simplifying construction

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By DaWhigit
The problem with this idea is that the simple function of vibration DOES REQUIRE moving parts. The vibration is created by a small motor spinning an unbalanced weight. While this can be made very small, it cannot be done without moving parts. Because vibrations are a form of motion, motion is required to create them.

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