2021-06-29 (Tu) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Arrow key functionality

I installed 10KΩ pull-up resistors on the keyswitches to eliminate the noise. Sadly, I still got unwanted keypresses from all the inputs. I created a function that would write the input's analog values to the serial port and saw they were pretty steady, so there may be a flaw with how the inputs read digital values. I changed my code to monitor the analog values and only recognize actual button presses. Once I could count on the data, I assigned arrow keys to the buttons and proved that I could connect with my computer as a keyboard and move the arrows without difficulty.
Arrow keys working over Bluetooth

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