2017-09-13 (W) Vector Editing Keyboard OpenVectorKB

Programming for all the keyboard commands was done with the help of the Teensy website. Before, a handful of macros had been programmed with AutoHotkey and it was a pretty straightforward process. Macro keyboards and mice have also been used but their software interfaces are proprietary and only worth a mention. Their value cannot be understated and they are the primary influence behind creating the OpenVectorKB.

A microphone and tripod were set up to record a quick video which detailed the programming progress on the OpenVectorKB. Not all of the features and functions have been built into the project yet but it was possible to demonstrate the editing functions which were more visually appealing than the simple serial text outputs.

Microphone, tripod, computer, and supporting hardware

The video recording was done without writing a script but a script has been started for the final presentation video which will highlight all of the functions available. The video is less than two minutes

Early demonstration video


The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date

First time here?

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

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2017-07-09 (Su)