Minuum was inspired by a University of Toronto research project to invent a better sight-free text entry technique for touchscreen mobile phones. This encouraged one of the researchers, Will Walmsley, to investigate various device tilting techniques relying on user motion.
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The University of Toronto Early-Stage Technology incubator, co-directed by U of T’s Innovations & Partnerships Office and MaRS Innovation, has announced its third cohort of computer... more
The Minuum keyboard is now available on the Omate TrueSmart, a standalone smartwatch that launched in December 2013 after raising $1 million on Kickstarter. Capable of being either a smartphone... more
UTEST, a technology startup incubator at the University of Toronto, is one of Canada's eight largest accelerators. But it's also among the quietest. The UTEST program is part of the school's... more
We're proud to introduce the inaugural edition of the Techvibes 20. A completely rethought and redesigned reincarnation of our famous Canadian Startup Index which readers have been... more
Whirlscape, the Toronto startup behind the Minuum keyboard, has generated a lot of post-campaign hype via its time on Indiegogo. Exceeding its initial pledge of $10,000, Minuum upped the ante by... more
The keyboards on my phone and tablet take up a huge amount of space—so much so, in fact, that editing or filling out web forms is a painful process that I try to avoid all together. Enter... more