2018-05-08 (Tu) ModuKey

Basic typing was established. A single letter was typed each time a button was pressed. There were no modifier keys or key repeating which is handled by the operating system. A message was able to be typed by keeping the left hand on the new keyboard and the right hand at a comfortable distance on a full-size keyboard.

First typed message with ModuKey and the serial data recognizing it

An arrangement of all the necessary keys was made. There would be two buttons recogized as a spacebar for the thumb. The thumb could also press DELETE and BACKSPACE buttons since those are commonly used buttons. CTRL, GUI, and ALT were arranged in the order they appear on a regular keyboard. For people making their own keyboards, these assignments will only be an example. All the buttons are fully programmable from complex macros to typing a single letter.

Key assignments

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