2021-06-27 (Su) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Discrete keyswitch wiring

While at work one day, I wrote down my ideas for the screens I would make. Each screen will represent a different layer or group of commands. When I made my list, I realized that I could simplify some controls since I have an accelerometer. For example, instead of using two buttons to increase and decrease volume, I can hold a single button and swipe my hand left or right like a volume slider. The unit cannot detect twisting, or I could simulate turning a knob. On the hardware side, I wired my keyswitches, and it was a tidy job.
Proposed screens

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