Dane Lipscombe shared his Mushi, another cute 36-key split keyboard.
Published September 13, 2023
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After his Chouchou, designed to be used with the Taipo chording system, Mushi is a small 36-key ergo true split by Dane Lipscombe (aka dlip/fata1err0r81).
Mushi (Japanese for bug) is low-profile, hotswap, and sports cheap RP2040-Zero controllers.
- 36 keys
- low profile
- hotswap or soldered
- diodeless design
- RP2040-Zero MCU
- low-profile printed case
- inner thumb splay to make it easier to reach
- created with Ergogen and KiCad
Published on Wed 13th Sep 2023. Featured in KBD #202309 (source).
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