Humla is a 36-key low profile Reviung derivative by jamesmnw.
Published November 13, 2021
The Humla (which means bumblebee in Swedish) is a 36-key low profile keyboard based on the Reviung by gtips and the Rev-lp by cyril279.
I designed it during the spring and had intended to release it then, but there were a couple of problems with the early prototypes and it got put on pause – jamesmnw.
This board is for low profile Choc switches and features Choc-spacing (18x17mm). Also, it has basic support for Bluetooth Pro Micro alternatives (such as the nRFMicro used in this build).
GitHub repo with source files:
Published on Sat 13th Nov 2021. Featured in KBD #52 (source).
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