I made a tiny handwired keyboard, and now I feel like I can do anything

@sg Niiice. I've been wanting to learn to so some electronics stuff for ages.

@blueberrysoft I highly recommend mechanical keyboards as a place to start! I'd recommend starting with a PCB-based one - keeb.io/ and spacecat.design/ have some good kits for small keebs and macropads

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@sg Thanks! Maybe I'll make a wee one too, with enough buttons to be a dedicated game controller.

@blueberrysoft Mostly it’s a testbed for learning how to laser cut and how to handwire a keyboard, but also I can use it for this other idea I had when I realized keebs have tiny computers in them... All I will say for now is that it’ll be a game controller for *itself*!

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