This project is a one handed keyboard that is intended to reduce the movement required to type as well as increase the typing speed.
You’ll learn about IR protocol and how to use the IR receiver module.
Reliable key press responses can be achieved using programmable capacitive touch sensors.
A 4x4 keypad that uses mechanical switches with individually backlit keys powered by an Arduino Pro Micro.
An Arduino-based USB keyboard simulator which injects keystrokes via Bluetooth protocol or predefined payloads in SD card.
Did you know you could plug USB devices on an Arduino or ESP? Keyboard, mouse, game controller, Midi controller, you name it!
Pressed on the matrix button, the corresponding number of LEDs can be illuminated, and the number is displayed on the dot matrix.
A variation of the keyboard controlled model train, controlled by a PS/2 keyboard.
Retro Atari 65XE plus Arduino Leonardo as USB-keyboard for a modern computer. It will leave the opportunity to use this Atari in native mode.
Now you can easily control your model railway layout using a keyboard!
An 8-button mechanical switch macro keypad with RGB lighting!
Control a keyboard, mouse and joystick from your phone.
Hack an old controller and use it as a combination of a keyboard and a mouse.
An Arduino-powered telegraph as an external keyboard.
Our project is a microcontroller that plays 4 different melodies/songs depending on which button you press.
This project is a simple tone keyboard.
Arduino based foot operated reconfigurable macro keypad.
Arduino MKR1000 as a HID, for performing HID penetration testing over WiFi networks.
The Multi-Control board is equipped with keyboard function, which is to realize the same function as keyboard, so we make a carrot keyboard.
I have tried the cheap Bluetooth camera shutters and I dont like them, so I decided to make my own.
This is an Arduino base, preset keyboard emulation (HID-human interface device), with SD card file reader and AES 128 encryption.
I am currently building the MEGA BREAD project for myself and my son to tinker around with. In the near future, this will be for robotics.
A one-handed, chorded, haptic keyboard, which also teaches you to count in binary. Turbo hack @ HardwareWeekend DC!