We don't need anything to bound us down anymore.
The evolution of technology has introduced many methods of input.
However, there is only one thing that has not changed over the past 150 years.
That is the act of sitting in a chair and using a keyboard.
That situation even though AR glasses and VR glasses are on the market and displays are no longer on our desks.
As history has shown, people evolved with each new device or plaything they found.
The pen was created, the technology of writing was created.
Paint was created and the technology of painting was created.
The technology of communication was created, and the technology of signal transmission.
The cell phone was invented and the technology of texting with one hand was invented.
With the creation of the smart phone, the flicking technology.
I imagine that people will acquire the technology to control virtual world with the birth of Grab Shell.
We hope that our products will help people evolve further.
Thank you for picking up
Because it is just cool
It's cool, so I want one.
As a front-line engineer who calls himself a high-tech engineer, it is natural that I want to have a cool device and use it well.
If I could use it, I would feel that I am a person who can do it.
That's why I want to use it.
That's the only reason why I want to use it.
Meditating and Thinking and Hacking
Mudrah, an image of symbols and gestures that form shapes with the hands and fingers, allows you to type on the keyboard while calming your mind, as if you were doing yoga or zazen.
While doing mental unification and meditation, anyway, in a sitting pose on the floor.
There were many flashes of inspiration from typing on the keyboard while looking up.
Writing code until i die
The act of typing on a keyboard is fatiguing and not very good for the body.
But I want to keep writing code until I die.
So I was looking for a keyboard that would allow me to code in a more natural way.
I want to die holding onto this keyboard when I die.
Technology is on the way to evolution.
A new world is born beyond new input devices.
Technology should inherently support human evolution.