[Jelly Key] 8-bit series: Pipeline City artisan keycaps
see more at: https://www.jellykey.com/artisan-keycaps/8-bit-series-pipeline-city
After 5 years working as a keycap maker, this is the first time I try to make a cherry profile spacebar, yes, the spacebar in cherry profile…
a bit of history
What do we talk about when we talk about 8-bit? Well, there’s one thing we’re sure that it was, has been, and will ever be the golden era of the gaming world. Flashback 37 years ago, we wanted you to take a trip down memory lane, to reminisce about the very first time you held your console that’s taking the world by storm during that time and marking the start of the third generation of video game consoles. This period saw the dawn of 8-bit handheld consoles originated from Japan, and their legendary games coming along.
another world unravelled
To human’s eyes, the 8-bit gaming world seems to be only presented with the more improved visual and sound capabilities than the previous generation, but somewhere in 1983, up in...
Keyboard: Think6.5v2 (currently in IC): https://drop.com/talk/36475/think-6-5-r-2-2020
Keycaps: GMK Shoko V2 (currently in IC): https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=105590.0
Deskmat: designed by the greatest cat brother ":3ildcat" (wildcat), check out his videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAdnwJqV7lg&t=169s
This is my dream combo for my desk, hope to make it a reality soon.
May from the Gray Studio has designed and prototyped a premium, 60-key CNC milled, acrylic switch lubing station. The lubing station has been optimized a few iterations and prototyped to work very nicely with various switches.
Potter will consider holding a GB on Graystudio.club soon if there is enough interest. The cost will be a bit higher than 3D-printed ones but affordable.
Actual product images below. Interest check on Geekhack posted by AirPotter: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=106668.0
Hello keeb friends,
It's been a while since the Think6.5 GB! Hope you are doing well and staying healthy.
I have started this design last year but was not able to start an IC due to personal reasons. Now things are much better, I now decide to start an interest check for R2 Think6.5 named '2020.' For those of you who are curious about how the R1 design looks like, here is the original IC: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=99634
Importantly, please let me know if you prefer the original badge position or the new badge position. And board material suggestions. Any questions, please feel free to ask. And welcome any constructive feedback.
The Geekhack Interest Check Page is here: https://geekhack.org/index.php?topic=105950.0
And the poll is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13oKtTME2ZrKdjisX2SvZgJdsGjNgS801-dUQcqA1Nzk/
Updating more details:
1. Mounting: Gasket-mount. Designed a new type of gasket design that I am personally very excited about (more details to come)
Hello, aloha, or selamat pagi -- the weekly serialization of Creator Spotlights is here again! For all you newcomers, this is where I stretch across the vast interwebs (with the help of the community here too!) in search of cool and interesting content in the mechanical keyboard space. Videos, blogs, podcasts, everything is fair game. As this hobby grows, so will the number of creators in this space. My hope is that you’ll discover new info about this hobby at the same time as supporting the hard work of these creators.
Artisan keycaps. We all have them, but do you know how they are made? This week’s curation is all about the artists and their creative process for designing and producing these mountable works of art. Thus, I humbly present to you this week’s review!
Lofi hip hop radio - beats to create keycaps to. Maybe you’ve heard of the ArtKey Universe team but have you seen their creative process? In this video, one of the members shows a...
My ALT just came in tonight and I encountered an issue when trying to change the colors of the LEDs. When I tried to flash the keyboard I got the "Complete! Success! Success!" , but my keyboard didn't come back on and windows was making the sound like a device was disconnecting and connecting. I used the hole on the back of the keyboard to reset it and a solid orange light came on. I tried flashing again multiple times, I tried different cables, and I tried re-downloading the tool/applet and recompiling the .bin file and nothing has worked. Every time I try to flash the same thing happens (windows device sound) until I reset with the button and the orange light comes on solid again. Can anyone point me in the right direction? As is probably evident, I am new to this.
When will EVERGLIDE SK87 keyboard kit come back in stock?
Hi peeps, I was wondering when will the EVERGLIDE SK87 keyboard kit come back in stock, i heard it was only 100us which is completely affordable for me. I wanted to get the drop ctrl barebones but it was just a bit out of my reach as the keycaps and the switches I want to get is around 100 CAD which totals up my sum to 300CAD if i want to build the drop ctrl.. and the Everglide would only come to around 225 CAD... cause the rates are so high here in canada I cant afford to spending that much on a keyboard but I also dont want to get a 60% or 65% because I use the f keys and arrow keys really often... Does anyone have any information as to when it will come back in stock?
I recently acquired a Drop Alt keyboard this year (2020), and I recently notiiced that sometimes I get key stutters when typing the letter "I" (I left the one intentionally in this post because it just happened as I wrote this). I tested this by pressing only that key and space and managed to get a stutter within an iinterval of spaces (happened again).
Has anyone else experiienced this (again)? Any ideas? This happens on multiple computers so its not specific to an OS.
I remember this this happening with another key as well but I clearly use it less often and noticed iit (again) less.
Is it possible to program an Alt to activate a sequence of keys with one hot key?
I want to make Fn+M output an em dash on Windows. But the way to type an em dash is to press and hold Alt+0151. Do you think it's possible to make that happen using QMK?
I haven't set up my environment for it or dug into any code yet, I was hoping to get some thoughts on whether it's doable before I went to the trouble. Thanks in advance.
Edit: Got it working by using Unicodes. If anyone else wants to do the same, files are here https://github.com/mocasalter/qmk_firmware/tree/master/keyboards/massdrop/alt/keymaps/mocasalter