Macro keyboard based on ATmega328P.
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.
An update of the older version of the keyboard.
Now it doesn't require switches on your breadboard, you can use your pc keyboard.
Using the built-in Bluetooth of an ESP32 to build a macro keypad.
A technique for drastically reducing the pins required by a matrix keypad is described.
You’ll learn about IR protocol and how to use the IR receiver module.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to connect and use a PS2 game console controller with Arduino.
With a keyboard, you can control anything, from your phone, iPad, laptop. This will give Arduino the power it needs to control any screen.
As a musician and music passionate, this little Keyboard is my first (but not last) Arduino project.
Hope you have fun with it :)
Piano de Voyage is a portable piano keyboard that travels with you. It is modular and lightweight and connects to any BLE MIDI device.
This project is a one handed keyboard that is intended to reduce the movement required to type as well as increase the typing speed.
A variation of the keyboard controlled model train, controlled by a PS/2 keyboard.
Use top octave generator and TTL dividers to produce full set of temporal notes for DIY music keyboards.
Extend the functionality of your current keyboard with custom capacitive touch keys.
Make your own piano with tactile buttons.
Did you know you could plug USB devices on an Arduino or ESP? Keyboard, mouse, game controller, Midi controller, you name it!
Control a keyboard, mouse and joystick from your phone.
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!
I have tried the cheap Bluetooth camera shutters and I dont like them, so I decided to make my own.
Plug in a device to your computer, push a button, and things happen! Several different modes do useless things with your mouse/keyboard.
This is a Halloween practical joke "keyboard" that when you play a "ring tone", it mysteriously writes spooky.
A one-handed, chorded, haptic keyboard, which also teaches you to count in binary. Turbo hack @ HardwareWeekend DC!
Reliable key press responses can be achieved using programmable capacitive touch sensors.
Pressed on the matrix button, the corresponding number of LEDs can be illuminated, and the number is displayed on the dot matrix.