LoyalPotato's open-source Yggdrasil is a 36-key split keyboard with some extreme pinky splay.
Published May 5, 2022
The Yggdrasil is a 36% split keyboard that is tailored to be comfortable to David's hand span.
Reversible PCB with (USB-C) Pro Micros running QMK firmware. Hotswap, and accommodates both MX and low-pro Choc switches.
The board was inspired by foostan's Corne, tapioki's Architeuthis dux and the kata0510s Lily58. And MrZealot's Ergogen was used to design the PCB.
GitHub repo: https://github.com/LoyalPotato/yggdrasil
Build guide: https://github.com/LoyalPotato/yggdrasil/blob/main/docs/build.md
At some point I also would like to add to each version an alternative with a rotary encoder, and will create separate variants for that as well – LoyalPotato.
Published on Thu 5th May 2022. Featured in KBD #77 (source).
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