2015-08-19 (W) Wrist Mounted Chording Keyboard

Parts were made public. They are freely downloadable for personal use. Parts will be updated through all links as the files are updated or revised.

A chordmap was made which shows all the combinations which have been programmed. Chordmap files can be downloaded from the image below or the links provided at the bottom. Additionally the chordmap also shows the unused chords in gold. If people wanted to program their own keys or macros into the keyboard these would be the places.


Downloadable Files:

To do:
  • Make uniform looking and accurate chord tables (spreadsheet)
  • Make list of unused chords
  • Add SoftwareSerial port to Micro to send ASCII data to Bluefruit.
  • Modify servos for continuous rotation.
  • Automate wrist mount.
  • Make models and OpenSCAD code public

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