I have build katana60 - a custom mechanical keyboard - a few months ago and I use it on a daily basis. But there are so many interesting keyboard designs out there. It just too tempting not to build another one.
Need a USB cable? Build one!
When you have a custom keyboard with some nice keycaps and case, you might start to think, what should I customize next? Let’s start with the cable which connects my keyboard to my computer!
Freeform ESP8266 OLED MQTT client
Cyborgduck - a 555-timer-based dead bug cirquit
Behold, our cyborgduck overlords are coming!
Freeform 555-timer-based breathing diode bug
I have been watching those amazing freeform creations by people like @MohitBhoite and @jipraus for some time. I examined many entries for the recent Circuit Sculpture Contest on hackaday.com and have been thinking, that I would love to build something like that, but I had been convinced that my skills are not good enough.
But skills can be trained and learned. So I finally ordered a few brass rods and tried my first freeform sculpture. Here’s the result.
Learning the hard way - DIY power measurement unit with INA219 and ATtiny85
A story about how I was reminded that impatience and impetuosity can backfire when dealing with hardware.
Building a custom keyboard - Katana60
I learned recently that there’s a huge community around making of custom mechanical keyboards. Even though building such keyboard is actually quite expensive I failed to resist the temptation and decided to build my first one.
KITTBlink2 - KITT inspired gizmo AKA Larson scanner, version 2
An improved version of my previous creation. Better and hackier!
Activity journal - progress update
Progress update about the Activity journal project.
Activity journal - designing UX
It this part I am going to dive into a short and crude UX design phase for the Activity Journal application.