What is the fastest way to remove ideas from the brain and keep them relatively persistent? Well, yes, it may be a tape recorder. But after the recorder typed in a distant second. Typing, especially the QWERTY style, has its limitations. The holy grail method of fast typing must be a chord keyboard, with both hands down. How could a court reporter keep up with everything that was said during the trial? This is not difficult when you can press several keys at the same time and type the entire word. It only takes a lot of memory and muscle memory to achieve this.
So if you want to pursue glory, please check Chordie, a stylish minor chord keyboard Only 14 keys are required to complete all operations. [kbjunky] Based on Ginny’s Chordie, a cute little basic batwing chord keyboard, using ASETNIOP chord engine originally built for soft keyboards.[kbjunky] Open trackball support was added through a printed bracket, but there is no need to use a trackball because there is a pair of rotary encoders and a mouse layer.
This keyboard is equipped with a rocket ship MCU bracket and embedded I/O expander breakout board, which looks great.Obviously [kbjunky] Use polyimide tape to prevent solder spots from forming. It’s all in the beautiful build guide.
We might argue that chords are not completely ergonomic. Of course, you will hardly move your hand or wrist, but chording on the fingers itself can be difficult, especially the little finger. to this end, [kbjunky] Use thin switches with light springs. Whether it is fully ergonomic or not, we have to admit that we like to move on at 300 WPM one day, which is far below the learning curve of ASETNIOP.Have a look Key mapAnd check out [kbjunky]of Follow-up post If you want to see the demo.
Maybe you prefer a completely different typing experience. Well, ASETNIOP is also suitable for digital pianos.
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