2021-05-15 (Sa) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

I wired my infrared aerial to the microcontroller. The Vcc was already connected by the copper strip under the pressure sensors. I terminated the negative lead on the stripboard where I had open spots. The IR LEDs each needed a digital output, and the receiver will use one analog input. I'm not sure the receiver will output a variable or discrete signal, but I have my bases covered this way.

I wanted to wire the finger rods, but three of the four are broken, and my printer needs cleaning, so I have to wait to make new ones. I added three wires to the auxiliary switches.
IO list and prototype

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