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#Keyboards by Tony

Resources and designs for the custom keyboards I have created.

#The Keyboards

#Chrysemys

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A 34-key single-board keyboard created with Ergogen. Powered by a ProMicro-compatible board, such as the nice!nano.

This keyboard is my first attempt at using Ergogen, and my first custom keyboard, so it will likely be rough around the edges. I predict there will be future keyboards listed here which refine the ideas implemented in this board.

#Future Keyboards

I'd like to eventually work towards putting the MCU directly on the keyboard PCB. It however does not seem wise to do this until I have a functional keyboard under my belt.

#License

All files in this repository are covered by the GPLv3 license. See the LICENSE file for more information.