Every key of this keyboard is an oled screen for ultimate customization. The idea is to make it polylingual but really the only limit is your imagination. Thomas Poll lays out the whole project over on Ko-fi with many posts and updates. In the recent post Comparing With Existing Projects he does a great job going through the current market for customizable keyboards. It is worth checking out on its own!
The keyboard that speaks any language with OLED displays in its keycaps =) In my posts you can find references to my project on github, just be aware that these are not always up-to-date. Once reaching a more ‘production ready’ state I’ll tidy up a bit.
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