2021-06-24 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH IO List

I needed an IO list, and I thought it would take a couple of minutes to write it, but there were considerations I'd needed to take into account. The vibrator had a short wire, so I wanted to land it on a nearby pin, but the closest could only act as inputs and had to be assigned elsewhere. For the same reason, my piezo went next to it. Since those are delicate devices, I tried to buy 30gauge wire, but they didn't stock it at the store. I'll have to figure out something to reduce the stress on the transducers. I put the four keyswitches on pins thirty-six to thirty-nine solely because they were next to one another and in order. The encoder needed three input spots, and I put them next to the keyswitches. I thought I picked out an analog accelerometer, but it turned out to be I2C, and that required pins 21 and 22, which is where I would have put the vibrator.
IO list

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