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Fish keyboard

Takuma Onishi created this fancy Fish keyboard as part of the Tokyo Hackathon.

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Published May 24, 2023

Originally developed for the Keyboard Input Hackathon 2023, Tokyo, the Fish keyboard by Takuma Onishi is a cool handwired split with pretty unique thumb cluster and of course overall shape.

Specs

  • 32 keys (basically a slightly modified 3x5+2 layout)
  • handwired
  • vertical 2-key thumb cluster
  • paraboloid-like surface
  • body and caps modeled together (in Blender)

Resources

Unfortunately, the design files are not available, but there's a detailed post about this project written by the designer.

And Daihuku was there to report on the event, covering the Fish keyboard as well (from 1:42:57):

Published on Wed 24th May 2023. Featured in KBD #123 (source).


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