In a quirky yet innovative move, Google engineers from the Gboard team in Japan have unveiled a wearable keyboard in the shape of a keycap, which can be worn as a hat. This unique device revolutionizes text input for on-the-go users.

By turning their head left or right, wearers can select characters, and to input the chosen character, they simply press down on the hat, producing an audible click similar to traditional keyboard typing.

The hat features a sensor that detects its positioning, and it can be connected via Bluetooth to devices like smartphones or laptops.

While it's not an official Google product, it showcases the company's commitment to exploring unique and fun innovations in technology.