The PC accessory brand Finalmouse has announced a unique mechanical keyboard.
While many keyboards might include moving RGB LED lights as a fun design.
The Finalmouse Centerpiece keyboard features “interactive skins” that are generated through Unreal Engine 5.
There is a display at the bottom of the keyboard switches that projects the scenes of the skins so you can see them.
One skin features koi fish swimming around, and if you press a key, they swim out of view.
Finalmouse has yet to share specs details about the display, such as exact size, brightness, resolution.
The keyboard is also powered by its own CPU and GPU, so its system’s resources are separate from the devices.
Artists are also expected to be able to submit skins on the company’s Steam app called The Freethinker Portal.
The glass material used on the Finalmouse Centerpiece keyboard is the Laminated DisplayCircuit Glass Stack.
The brand said it has plans to release an analog version of the Finalmouse Centerpiece keyboard featuring Hall effect sensors.