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OLED switch

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Wow, OLED switch!


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3 Comments

  1. who will be the first do come up with a DIY “Optimus” keyboard? (And: will it be cheaper than the original? The lowest bulk price seems to be 37.5EUR, thats still >5000 EUR for a normal keyboard)

  2. I have an article in a Circuit Cellar that’s, oh, 8 or 9 years old featuring the forerunner of this device, which was an LCD based module. Super cool update- I wonder if it’s moderately backwards compatible?

  3. Another cool control I’d love to get my hands on are these knobs used in Euphonix audio control boards:

    http://www.euphonix.com/pro/post/system_5/tour.php#tour4

    The picture doesn’t show it, but in addition to the blinkies around the dial, the center lights up with an RGB LED.

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