Being able to play Atari games like they were meant to be played in the '80s is really hard today, but possible with the help of an Arduino.
Angry at the office? Use this customizable keyboard button that you can punch.
Connect Matrix Keyboard using only 2 Arduino pins by using PCF8574/PCF8574A I2C GPIO - Quick and Easy!
A 4x4 keypad that uses mechanical switches with individually backlit keys powered by an Arduino Pro Micro.
A one-handed, chorded, haptic keyboard, which also teaches you to count in binary. Turbo hack @ HardwareWeekend DC!
A small, Arduino-based physical device that can perform different keyboard operations through capacitive touch sensing.
A technique for drastically reducing the pins required by a matrix keypad is described.
How to make simple USB device which allows you to very quickly unlock your computer without keyboard.
A circuit for writers and bloggers that prints words or sentence on press so you don't have to type keywords in document multiple times.
An 8-button mechanical switch macro keypad with RGB lighting!
Extend the functionality of your current keyboard with custom capacitive touch keys.
Our project is a microcontroller that plays 4 different melodies/songs depending on which button you press.
Arduino MKR1000 as a HID, for performing HID penetration testing over WiFi networks.
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!
Ever needed to control a computer using big buttons? A simple project to get started with buttons, USB and the Arduino environment.
An Arduino-based USB keyboard simulator which injects keystrokes via Bluetooth protocol or predefined payloads in SD card.
Macro keypads can be a really useful productivity tool, and I challenge you to find a simpler one than this! It only uses two components!
A variation of the keyboard controlled model train, controlled by a PS/2 keyboard.
This is a tutorial about how to use the reader module--RDM6300 to make a serial keyboard for easily identification.
Receives IR commands and translates them into keyboard presses
I have tried the cheap Bluetooth camera shutters and I dont like them, so I decided to make my own.
Prank your friends with a Littlebits Arduino programmed to hit backspace and replace it with a smiley face every 5 secs. Hide it and enjoy!