Yakamoz is a 50-key ortholinear keyboard by Özkan Çelik – it comes with an OLED display, buzzer, optional trackball and RGB underglow.
The SHO by fmash16 is a XIAO based 36-key Choc split keyboard.
The Super 16 V3 is the latest version of this cute 4x4 macropad by 1Up Keyboards – now with open-source PCB.
This wireless split ortho keyboard by tdilshod supports X switches as well.
Nakamura Hideki announced the testamatta #011, a nice low-pro unibody angled split keyboard.
Maximus is a unibody split with trackpad by Protieusz – inspired by the Ieneko42c.
MickiusMousius made the design of the Rolio available – a 46-key split with horizontal encoder.
The articulation80 is a versatile open-source split keyboard PCB by Myles Lee.
Skywatch is a nice orthoish monoblock split by Özkan Çelik.
Johannes Neyer made a 36-key ergo split with 4P4C connectors between the halves.
Dane Lipscombe shared his Mushi, another cute 36-key split keyboard.
Daniel Haarhoff shared his neuro36, a small 36-key split travel keyboard.
Alex Miller's MacroMacro is a large open-source gaming macropad that runs on Vial.
FranDes made a handwired custom split: the wireless Frandestein.
Radliński Ignacy designed a Dactyl-like ergo split in Fusion360 – the Basilisk.
Kotte's Batoid is a handwired monoblock split in a cute case. Small footprint, big personality.
Temper – a wireless-only split keyboard by raeedcho, based on the Chocofi.
Open Deck is a macropad with a customizable image behind every key – shared by joshr120.
Evgenii Vilkov shared his half-keyboard GameBoard, optimized for gaming.
Shared by Jurica Bacurin, the juriform36 is a 36-key wireless split keyboard with keywell.
FOREVER-1 by Protieusz is a monoblock split with an encoder and trackpad in the center à la GRIN Quern.
HuibenLAB's ALU40 is a wireless ortholinear mechanical keyboard designed to complement Apple devices.
The TypeBoy, designed by FlatFootFox, is a unique low-pro split keyboard requiring a Game Boy cartridge to function.
Another 3-row project by weteor: Grumpy is a cute 28-key angled unibody keyboard with column stagger.
The cos(y) Kong by weteor is a 30 or 36 key 3-row keyboard with column stagger.