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Zack Freedman's Mirage

The Mirage is a low-profile mechanical keyboard with clickable OLED displays and CircuitPython.
Published November 1, 2021

The goal: the most hackable mechanical keyboard. The result: trolling the pants off /r/mk – Zack Freedman.

The project is a low-profile mechanical keyboard, with three clickable displays, CircuitPython firmware, and a fully custom PCB that snaps into an ergonomic split board or a standalone number pad.

The video is full of bullshit and factual errors contains some statements I can't identify with, but the project itself is interesting and open-source:

Yeah, open-source:

Published on Mon 1st Nov 2021. Featured in KBD #50 (source).

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