2023-05-21 (Su) KeyBoardolier Wearable ideas 01

I wrote down my ideas surrounding a wearable QWERTY keyboard. It should resemble the mini keytar from the Rock Band videogame franchise. In addition to the typical keys in a 60% keyboard, I can have mode switching pushbuttons at the neck to select typing layers with my left hand and trigger macros and keypresses with my right.

I thought about making it similar to an ergonomic keyboard with the bend at the center to accommodate the angle my arms would bend while typing. For the first version, the keys will be in a line so I can use 2020 extruded aluminum as the keel and mount laser-cut plywood on the sides.
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