Tokyo Mechanical Keyboard Meetup Vol. 6

This is extremely niche but it is amazing.




My reactions range from "that looks so cool!" to "why would you DO that??", often in the same sentence.

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7 Responses:

  1. Eduardo Arino de la Rubia says:

    Those butts!

  2. o.o says:

    Godly B U T T S

  3. signalblip says:

    ASSCII

  4. Andreas says:

    THOSE HEXAGONS. I really want to imagine these would finally get my emacs setup just the way I want it.

  5. Aidan Gauland says:

    My reactions range from "that looks so cool!" to "why would you DO that??", often in the same sentence.

    That is my reaction to many keyboard designs I have seen. I can't scoff too much though, since I'm typing this from my hand-assembled ErgoDox. (But I can scoff a little because I haven't experimented with my own designs.)

  6. PeterL says:

    There's this one from 2010 (for a while, it was in the lobby of the Google Tokyo office):
    https://archive.google.com/drumsetkeyboard/
    with explanation here (Google translate will give you a rough idea): https://japan.googleblog.com/2010/04/google.html

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