2017-09-12 (Tu) Vector Editing Keyboard OpenVectorKB

Code was started to begin recognizing the hardware. This was largely debugging hastily written code. In this case, large chunks of code were written and uploaded then all the little problems were weeded out. Ideally, the blocks of code would have been written and debugged one-at-a-time but there were stretches were I was near a computer but not near the keyboard.

All of the inputs could be recognized by the software which constitutes a good deal of work. Interfacing with the hardware, especially all of it at once, can be overwhelming. Fortunately, the circuit board was properly designed so it went smoothly.

Serial output reflecting the hardware inputs


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Completed projects from year 1 
Completed projects from year 2
Completed projects from year 3

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