Posts Tagged ‘keyboard’

Presenting the single ESC key USB keyboard

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

  Glen Akins shares his latest build the single ESC key USB keyboard: After building the “awesomely impractical” giant three-key keyboard, I decided it was time to build something a bit more practical—presenting the single ESC key USB keyboard! This keyboard has exactly one function which is to provide an optimal...

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Posted in DIY, USB | 2 Comments »

Remapcro: A hardware keyboard macro recorder

Friday, January 27th, 2017

Anthony Lieuallen has published new build, a hardware keyboard macro recorder: Remapcro I posted once recently about the prototype of this project, but as of today I've finished the first real one. The name Remapcro is a portmanteau of remap and macro, because that's what it does. It's an array of extra keys...

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Arduino + NES controller = USB keyboard

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014

Grouflon has written up a unique project using an Arduino and an NES controller. "This week I worked on little script/manipulation that turns an Arduino and a NES controller into a USB Keyboard. Maybe it can be of use to some of you, so feel free to grab the code...

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Posted in Arduino, code, hacks, USB, vintage | 1 Comment »

Type4me USB keyboard emulator automates passwords

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Bored of always typing in the same password over and over again? Luca designed a board to tackle just that problem. It's a USB composite device, featuring both a USB keyboard emulator and a serial port. You program the letter sequence for the keyboard to type via the serial port,...

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Posted in PIC, project logs | 9 Comments »

AVR programmer from an old USB keyboard

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Steve takes apart an USB keyboard and mods it into an AVR programmer. All it takes is the controller board from a keyboard and an opto-coupler IC. Most keyboards have at least three indicator LEDs (Num-,  Caps- and Scroll-Lock), which can be controlled from the host using a HID Set_Report...

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Posted in AVR | 2 Comments »

AVR/V-USB combo tool hacks Win 7

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

András Veres-Szentkirályi, IT security expert, OSCP, GWAPT, writes, "I've built a device that acts as a USB HID keyboard, enters a script as a series of keystrokes into a PC, which can extract itself into an executable. This in turn can send files on the PC back to the device...

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Posted in AVR, hacks, open source, security, USB | 1 Comment »

Nehebkau: Laptop controlled keyboard and mouse emulator

Friday, July 13th, 2012

[embed]![/embed] Frank designed, and built a Laptop controlled keyboard, and mouse emulator for his Raspberry Pi. It is designed around two microcontroller with USB device capability. One is connected to a Laptop, from which it receives it's mouse and keyboard data, while the other is connected to the Raspberry Pi...

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Posted in project logs | 3 Comments »

GKOS keyboard for Arduino

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

The Global Keyboard Open Standard (GKOS) is an ongoing project to implement the full qwerty keyboard on a set of 6 keys. It is intended for use with tiny wireless terminals in order to minimize the space requirements. The standard was first published in 2000 and has been the subject...

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Posted in Arduino, code, LCD, open source | 3 Comments »

Bluetooth Morse keyboard assists the disabled

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

In an effort to assist computer users with disabilities limiting their keyboard dexterity, the crew at Zunkworks developed this wireless Morse code based keyboard interface device. The user keys in the desired characters using the "dot" and "dash" buttons on the left of the board and the Arduino based device...

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Posted in Arduino, RF, wireless | No Comments »

Wireless networked AT keyboard

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Creative technology student Pieter Pelt and Hybrid Worlds present this project detailing how to connect an old AT style computer keyboard to a PC via Arduino and Xbee modules and using the Teensy PS2Keyboard library. Using Xbee allows for keyboards which are not only wireless, but also networked so that...

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Arduino: more LUFA hacks

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

LUFA (Lightweight USB Framework for AVRs) is an open-source complete USB stack for the USB-enabled Atmel AT90USBxxxx and ATMEGAxxUx AVR microcontroller series, released under the MIT License. Darran from Arduino Hacking has released the source, hex files, and sample sketches for his Arduino LUFA hacks for Keyboard HID, Mouse HID,...

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Keyglove Arduino/AVR-powered keyboard substitute

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Here's a keyboard-glove prototype in development by Jeff Rowberg. The Keyglove is a glove-based USB input device that provides full keyboard control, designed for wearable and mobile computing and to assist the disabled. According to Jeff: The Keyglove is a portable Arduino/AVR-powered glove that uses touch combinations (for keys) and...

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Posted in Arduino, AVR, Development, sensors, USB | 1 Comment »

ADB to USB keyboard converter

Friday, January 14th, 2011

If you have an Apple data bus (ADB) keyboard and want to connect it to your PCs USB port, geekhack has a Teensy based converter project. Source code at Github.

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