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1950s Morse key becomes a USB Keyboard

Posted: 01 Oct 2017 12:11 PM PDT
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The video above shows how someone turned her fathers old straight key into
a USB keyboard. This imgur gallery shows some construction details. The
processor is an Arduino-compatible Teensy embedded in the base.

Currently, the project only supports lower-case characters and character
timing is set at a fixed value, but adding upper-case shouldnt be too
difficult. All youd have to really do is to add a prosign for SHIFT.

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