Morse Code as Interaction Input Methodology [Theory]


Morse Code does not need much introduction but for the case of argument it may be relevant to understand the cause of discovery before we address issues why this may be relevant now when more sophisticated methods of communicate are around us. What I will try to do in this article is outline few questions and arguments why Morse Code as a method of input might be considered as a more intuitive and effecting way of exchanging information then traditional keyboard. I will then go on to propose uses, which span beyond text replacement but rather in terms of opportunities in the modern day of exchange and interface with information.

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