2021-06-23 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

I designed my board holder with a couple of mounting nuts in the center of the long walls, but I didn't want the part centered anymore since it would obstruct the encoder knob. I made the code changes and mixed up the encoder knob to have ten ribs to match the twenty divisions. I was out of black resin, so they will come out white.

I started soldering the components together, but I held off on the microcontroller and keyswitches for now. Last time, the trickiest part was making room for enough ground wires, and I resorted to stripboard, but this time I branched off my connections with numerous conductors. In this model, there is more hardware including a three-axis accelerometer, piezo, and a vibrating motor.
Components in a tangle

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