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Wysteria

Wysteria is jwe's split keyboard with lots of features.

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Published April 21, 2024
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Fellow redditor _jwe_ shared Wysteria, a 36-key split keyboard with encoder, display, per-key RGB – generated via Ergogen.

Introducing Wysteria, my new 36-key keyboard. One for home-office, and one for work. I'd spent a long time looking, and couldn't find an existing PCB that had exactly what I wanted, so generated my own in Ergogen. In particular, heavy pinky stagger and a lateral pinky, instead of a top-row pinky, and encoders – jwe.

The keyboard has working firmware for both QMK and ZMK (with nice!view support and batteries under the MCU).

Specs

  • 36 keys
  • MX switches, hotswap
  • Pro Micro footprint
  • reversible PCB
  • per-key RGB
  • nice!nano/wireless/battery support
  • QMK/ZMK

Pic:

Notes: v0.3 has the thumb cluster diode traces incorrectly. The ergogen files have been corrected, you may start with those.

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Published on Sun 21st Apr 2024. Featured in KBD #162 (source).


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