2021-06-09 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

The printed socket came out wonderfully. I thought I put ample plastic above and below the cavity, but I could pull the band out with a bit of force due to flexibility. I can thicken the walls or even provide metallic reinforcement if necessary. I am pleased the measurements were accurate.

I placed my keyboard on my desk so that none of the finger rods rested on the surface and watched the live readings on the screen. There was some variance, which I expected, but if I picked up the platform, there were swings large enough to trigger the typing function, and even tapping the table under it would cause massive reading spikes. This device needs to be rugged, and from what I've observed, the pressure sensing apparatus is too touchy. I'm going to change my approach and start designing a discrete version.
Next plans

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