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Before the Spiffchorder

Before I had the spiffchorder I used several different approaches to getting my 7 keys seen as an input device.

The 2 which were longest lived were a hardware modification of a commercially available but not wearable chorder and a Linux kernel modification.

These will eventually be documented here.  In the meantime, you can see them at http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/wearable.pics.html and http://www.cs.vassar.edu/~priestdo/chordhack/

To quote myself from a decade ago:

““By going to an “hand open” keying position as opposed to the twiddler “hand closed” position I find it is very comfortable and relaxing to use from the time I get up in the morning untill[sic] I switch over to the non-hand mounted one that I use at night (same position, nothing over the hand though so I will not get tangled by cords in my sleep).”” http://wearables.blu.org/wear-hard-98/19982176.html

spiffchorder wiki  — Greg Priest-Dorman 2008/02/04 23:40

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