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Log #4

A project log for Spiffchorder

Septambic keyer for use with wearable computing. using open source schematics and software.

DesrevertegDesreverteg 08/18/2015 at 09:451 Comment

Update on the current status of the project.

I have fully dissassembled the spifchorder and I am in a brainstorming stage to get a really solid desktop chorder idea in my head.

Some really great ideas were generated after a brainstorming session with Brian who is working on some really amazing chording projects right now.

TODO

Discussions

Brian McEvoy wrote 08/24/2015 at 14:27 point

Next time I see you I will give you these 3D printed keys and switches. It's up to you to mount and them! I'll include the switches though.

https://goo.gl/photos/Mugs8Az27DraoGxX6

They work well. They don't feel quite as good as the wooden version I showed you but they work well. As an experiment maybe you can test with different alignment or even resting them on their side. As a desktop keyboard they're strange unless you're used to chording. They also make a racket because they're Cherry microswitches but a proper "typing racket."

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