Raspberry Pi Pico Gets a Tiny Keyboard On Its Back #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
The cutest little qwerty just 3 pennies long. This backpack comes from Hackaday:
Enter this incredibly diminutive keyboard created by [TEC.IST]. With 59 keys crammed into an area scarcely larger than three US pennies, it may well be the smallest keyboard ever made. The PCB has been designed to mount directly onto the back of a Raspberry Pi Pico, which is running some CircuitPython code to read the switch matrix and act as a standard USB Human Interface Device. The board design files as well as the source code for the Pico have been released on the project’s Hackaday.io page, giving you everything you need to spin up your own teeny tiny input device.
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