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August 7, 2012 AT 7:00 am

Celestial Keyboard Interior – Hand blown uranium glass by Mark Matthews

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Celestial Keyboard Interior – Hand blown uranium glass by Mark Matthews via EMSL.

Celestial Keyboard Interior
Hand blown uranium glass by Mark Matthews


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1 Comment

  1. This would have been better had the keys all been flat. Spherical keys are probably not going to be that good for typing.

    I know it’s probably not intended to actually be used but I know I certainly couldn’t resist the urge to actually make it usable. I’d probably go bluetooth so that it could be used on an HTPC setup without any cords.

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