In order to bring the user closer to virtual interfaces based on tactile experiences with peripherals, the designer Michael Roopenian created an anatomical variation of the Apple Keyboard, made of wood.
Here is the final prototype of the Engrain Tactile Keyboard:
For those who are sick of beige / white / black or ?modern? aluminum machines, this more ?natural? proposal is certainly a good way out. Each key would be different from the other, which aims to make the typing process more practical and smooth.
I would love to try one of these.
(tip from Samuel Neves de Almeida, via Core77)