2021-06-20 (Su) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Smooth-edged keycap

My prototype looked a little hokey with all the exposed hardware, and I envisioned some easy-to-make improvements that would also make it snag on fewer things, like clothing. The drawback to making keycaps a single piece was that I couldn't adjust the pad's angle after production. Once I have a usable set, this shouldn't be an issue.

I scrapped most of the code, but I had a clear idea of what I wanted, and the previous model showed that my new plan should work. The result looked like a disproportionate LEGO block. The moving-cutaway illustration should give a good idea of what I intended.
Cutaway animation

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