Ever find it burdensome to swipe through the different types of emojis on a smartphone? Well, an attempt to make a life-size emoji keyboard will make you appreciate that setup much more.
Tom Scott, a programmer from London, shows off an emoji keyboard made up of 14 keyboards with more than 1,000 stickers on top of each key that are hooked up to one laptop. Speaking from the video-sharing network’s production facility in London, he says users can change the race of each emoji by pressing the key for the figure they want to use and then another key for the skin tone.
No word on when workplaces worldwide will be ordering sets for their employees.
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