2021-06-26 (Sa) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Sensor soldering

I wired up my components, starting with the encoder, because it had more wires than any other device, and its position concerning the microcontroller needed to be precise. The accelerometer came next since it had many conductors, but its location wasn't as exacting so long as it was level. The vibrator was tricky because it had delicate wires, but I lengthed it with some stiff wire, and it seemed all right. I didn't solder anything new to the piezo element, but I ordered an assortment of pliable 30AWG conductors. Lastly, I connected the battery, and it immediately started the stock program and scanned for wireless networks.
Wiring underside

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