Keyboard Upgrade 0.2.2

Generic firmware for homebrew computer keyboard controllers
Keyboard Upgrade allows multiple user-defined key maps to be uploaded to your controller and switched at any time, turning your keyboard into a Dvorak or Colemak or any other layout keyboard in hardware.

What?

Have a PS/2 keyboard, but your brand new computer only supports USB? Your PS/2-to-USB converter does its job only half-hearted? Or do you have a keyboard never intended to work on a PC or Mac, but still want to use it?

Then Keyboard Upgrade is for you! Build your own USB keyboard controller and let the free Keyboard Upgrade firmware blow some life into it! Multiple
user-defined key maps can be uploaded to your controller and switched at any time, turning your keyboard into a Dvorak or Colemak or any other layout
keyboard in hardware.

This open source firmware was designed for use on homebrew keyboard controllers based on Atmel AVR microcontrollers--in particular, the ATMEGA series. Currently, these keyboards are supported:

- IBM Model M
- IBM Model M Mini
- IBM M4-1 (without trackpoint)

Schematics are included. Support for new controller designs can be added fairly easily by re-using a common set of source code files.

last updated on:
February 11th, 2010, 11:31 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Robert Homann
homepage:
sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Hardware

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