A split compact keyboard with built in Trackpoint and OLED Display. From previous projects, I've decided RGBs aren't worth the current tradeoffs for this style keyboard.
It is designed for an Elite-C microcontroller, currently. Should be easy to switch to a Proton-C later, when QMK firmware gets better Trackpoint support.
I'm trying to simplify things by using an FFC to communicate between the h...
**Cherry MX hotswap bluetooth numpad/macropad**
Designed for the [nrfmicro dev board](https://github.com/joric/nrfmicro). Supports both coin cell (rechargeable LIR2032) and ordinary LIPO batteries. Since the nrfmicro is pin-compatible with the Pro Micro, this keyboard should work just fine with an ordinary Pro Micro instead (although this is untested).
Firmware for this keyboard is here: https...
C64 Keyboard to USB Adapter based on the design by Mikkel Holm Olsen (https://symlink.dk/projects/c64key/).
**2019-01-18** --> Revised BOM OK. Enter on the schematic page, select BOM button on the top menu bar and Order LCSC components from that window.
Change Notes for revision v1.1:
- Resolved GND unconnected tracks/planes.
- Improved GND Layout and placed GND plane only on the bottom layer. Removed coper fingers with polygon cutouts.
- Rerouted some tracks.
- Moved down USB connector and varistors....
A **USB ESP8285 WiFi enabled HID hacking device** that gets fully (and stealthy) insertet into the USB port of your friend to unvolunarily move his mouse in Minecraft...
Look at: https://github.com/SinanAkkoyun/ESPUSB/
An easy-to-assemble, extremely low cost macropad.
- Alps and MX support
- Two locations for 2U keys
- PCB stabilizer holes (Vertical 2U may conflict with Pro Micro unless clipped)
- PCB only use without plate possible
- LED backlighting (Requires 9 resistors, 1206 size, 2.7-3.3K ohms)
- No diodes, no transistors.
- WS2812B RGB strip support
- Powered by Pro Micro
- Extremely l...
An open-source 60% keyboard PCB. Compatible with Cherry MX-style switches, keeps SMD parts to a minimum, and should fit in most poker/gh60 style cases.
As of now, untested in practice. However, the design was checked many times. Use at your own risk.
Suggested layout @ Keyboard-Layout-Editor: https://tinyurl.com/j35oewm
License: CC-BY-SA 3.0...
This is a very basic PCB to put a Raspberry Pi Zero into an old sinclair spectrum 48k case...
Code is by a Mr P J Evans and is called ZX Scanner on Github, I've basically made a PCB of his work and added my own hardware parts!
There's a footprint for an RTC this will use generic Pi RTC code
There's a footprint for an Adafruit I2S amplifier board...i've only put this in for those that want to run...
the 8bit/4bit lines TFT is converted to SPI based on PIC18-44pin uC. The chip has been embedded with many functions that could be run via Khudaydus protocal paked via SPI.It can do : (1) create windows (2) Support text editor in addition with some common Emojies(^.^) (3) create text/edit box,eg. to accept command lines from user. (4) Video-Streaming is most important part to use the TFT with Camer...
**Input console device** is board that can supput the following input methods:>
(1) PS/2 Keyboard Service.
(2) PS Sony Joystick Service.
(3) Bluetooth Service.
you can move the menu using the Keypad.
The board supported via [SPI] protocol (you need to follow the Khudaydus's packet protocol to make it working with your project).
Two HEX files attachments for both PIC18+PIC16
**Sweet Sixteen: A "16% keyboard" based loosely on the popular r/mk bumper sticker**
73 people thought it was a fine idea according to [this post on reddit](https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/f66vsd/my_school_finally_let_me_use_their_laser_cutter/).
Includes designs for a PCB and...