2021-04-21 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Arduino Pro Micro

Up to now, I have been testing with an ohmmeter, but I never installed a controller. I started programming an ESP32 board, but it wasn't talking to any hardware. For the first board, I took a used Arduino Micro Pro off my shelf and removed some old pins. I won't use any of the parts in this current model later since I plan to revise the plastic parts and use a wireless controller.

I ran a line of copper along the platform's top, then wrapped each finger rod with short strips. I cut a square of Velostat for each finger rod and wedged it between the copper layers before I bolted them together. I soldered a wire from Vcc (5.0V) to the platform. I added one conductor from each finger rod to analog inputs.
First real electronics

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Completed projects from year 7

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