A company in Moscow has created a concept design for the humble Qwerty keyboard. The keyboard, which has been designed by Art Lebedev Studio in Moscow for Optimus, has keys that light up to indicate each associated function and can be changed at a press of a button.

There's a dedicated bank of keys on the left for switching applications and modes, and the keys in the regular QWERTY bank can change to display any number of languages as well as numbers, symbols for specific programs like Adobe's Photoshop or Quake.