2021-04-26 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Min/Max

I added the code to track the highest and lowest analog values on each finger to establish a range. Each finger uses a different pull-down resistor, and I wanted my test to ensure that the algorithm would accommodate any variances so someone who pressed lightly wouldn't have any trouble compared to a hard presser.

I noticed a settling effect where I would release a finger rod, and the value would hover and creep back to zero. I need to think more on how I want to recognize and display the incoming values.
Recognizing low and high values

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