Thumb Keyboard

Experimental thumb keyboard, suitable for a hand held device

About

Keyboards! They're deceptively simple things but not as easy as they first appear, at least for the hobbyist builder. My aim here is to produce a thumb keyboard that can be used with a micro controller. The design should be flexible so that it can be tailored to individual needs and layouts.

Links

Hackaday.io project page

Licence

All source code is licenced under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

All other non-sourcecode files are licenced under CC BY-SA 4.0.

More details and the full licences can be found in the downloads (see below).

Download

Arduino library (GPIO). This is the base version for keyboards connected via GPIO pins.

Arduino library (23017). This version is for keyboards connected via an MCP23017 I/O expander.

Version 0.4 Further improvements to the key label spreadsheet, added back cover, converted software to Arduino libraries.

Version 0.3 Added improved version of the key label spreadsheet

Version 0.2 (added ESP8266 version) contains source code, 3D design files and keyboard label spreadsheet

Version 0.1 (initial prototype) contains source code, 3D design files and keyboard label spreadsheet

Contact

You can contact me through the Hackaday.io project page or just send an email to "keyboard" at this domain.

Thunb Keyboard

Copyright 2019 David Boucher