The Arduino-based Mouseky, designed by Taliyah Huang, has an integrated mouse.
Published January 12, 2023
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Taliyah Huang's Mouseky is a 3D-printed split, wireless, 64-key keyboard that has an integrated mouse packed with touchpad-equivalent features.
Just like the KeyMouse, the right half of the Mousky moves like a mouse. Yeah, you have to move around the whole keyboard half.
Since she was familiar with Arduino already, Taliyah used Pro Micros and nRF24L01 modules, along with the electronics scavenged from a cheap wireless mouse:
Files and build instructions:
Published on Thu 12th Jan 2023. Featured in KBD #111 (source).
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