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Resources and designs for the custom keyboards I have created.
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.
A 34-key single-board keyboard created with Ergogen. Powered by an integrated MCU, derived directly from the nRFMicro.
This keyboard is almost identical to Chrysemys, but switches to normal Choc switches, adds hotswap, and moves the switches closer together.
Eventually I would like to build a keyboard which has an integrated trackpoint, trackpad, or trackball. It will likely be based on Pseudacris.
All files in this repository are covered by the GPLv3 license. See the LICENSE file for more information.