One of the most frustrating things about using a conventional keyboard is the experience of typing a word, missing a letter, and having the system assume I'm going for a different word to the one I'm trying to type (and thus replace the nearly-right word with a completely wrong one). Very often I'll go for the letter with my finger and touch the key, but not quite press hard enough to activate the key. I'm human and so inconsistent in how hard I hit even the same key each time. I can't be the only person for whom this is a reality (If I am, don't tell me!).
This happens a lot on my Mac, where I go to type a word like "beam" and miss the final 'm', and so it corrects me to "be a" (and I suppose it could also go for "beat" depending on the context). Obviously, it's the computer making its best guess when my input is non-English/nonsense, but more often than not it guesses wrong.
It strikes me that the TextBlade has more information at its disposal that might enable it to make fewer errors in this respect. I've read about how it has a spectrum of input where a threshold is determined to qualify a keypress (and how over time it might change its threshold to compensate for long fingernails, for example). Is there any possibility that the TextBlade could use its input data to make more intelligent suggestions for which word I mean when I miss a letter?
It seems that this could be possible through measurement of touch input, taking note of when a particular activation makes it only to 80% of the threshold, and thus suggesting the letter I nearly hit when I get to the end of the word. I feel like this could be combined with some kind of timing analysis, to find a longer-than-usual gap in my typing and thus determine where in the word the additional letter needs to go. In my example above this would enable it to decide between the missing character being a space in the case of "be a" and a letter at the end of the word in the case of "beam".
@waytools Is this stuff possible/feasible with modern processing power? Does the TextBlade do anything like this already?