17 Apr '17, 11pm

This Binary Keyboard Is For ASCII Purists

So, you’re a keyboard enthusiast. The ‘board that came from Dell, HP, or whoever made your computer is just not for you. You have an ancient IBM, a decal-free Das Keyboard, or another similarly esoteric text input device. Your typing can be heard three blocks away as the unmistakable clack of bent-spring switches reverberates around you, but you don’t care because you’re in the Zone. No keyboard can be as high-end as the one you already have, your position in the hierarchy of text entry is assured. But then along comes [Chris Johnston] with his project, and suddenly your desktop looks very cluttered. It’s a binary keypad with only a 0 key, a 1 key, and an OLED display . All input is as a series of binary bytes, so as a hardcore binary typist you’ll need to know your ASCII. Behind the keys is an Arduino Pro Micro acting in USB HID mode, and running the code you can download...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2017/04/17/this-binary-keyboard-is-fo...

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