2021-05-31 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Finger pressure calibration screen

I wanted to tighten all the finger rod bolts properly.  I knew it would also be critical if they loosened later, so I created a screen that would display the pressure readings as bars going across the screen. For now, I can access it by flipping one of the auxiliary switches, but I will add this function as I create screen menus.

I couldn't adjust a pair of the finger rods properly, and I think it was because my fastening point is flush with the platform, so the thickness of the Velostat and copper tape layers causes it to flare out. I should add a springy layer, like a rubber O-ring, to compensate for the pressure sensing media.
Four simultaneous readings

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