M5stickCs and Atom ESP32 as cordless joysticks
At the moment these will be used to gather more user data, to help design a full on wireless joystick.
Raspberry Pi Computer with display running our Demo Software
Running our Universal Remote Demo Software to show the concept of how we plan on assigning many actions to only a few buttons. The UI will match the button layout, then each button on the custom keyboard will correspond to button in the UI. (To test this with a keyboard, use the following keys
Custom Adaptive Keyboard Test Kit
It is simply a custom keyboard with only 14 keys. The design is more about giving our potential users a functional test kit, so they can feel the difference between the keys and decide on which button type, size, trigger force, and recess level they prefer. We also modified two of the buttons by adding a much stiffer spring. (I didn't get the chance to measure the actual force so the values are guesstimates.)
Cherry MX Switch Table