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 A chording keyboard or [[wp>​Chorded keyboard]] is an input device where characters can be typed by pressing multiple keys at the same time. A popular design is the 7-key chorder, where one key is used for each of the index finger, middle finger, ring finger and pinky, and 3 keys for the thumb. This can be used with either the left or right hand (or a chorder can be used for each hand, increasing typing speed). The current incarnation of the SpiffChorder is a 7-key chorder, although because of the easily changeable chord-maps, fewer keys can be used as well. The hardware-design has been designed for chords consisting of up to 8 keys, plus 3 additional keys that can be used as modifiers (ctrl, alt, shift). This allows substantially different chording ideas to be implemented,​ such as the [[Twidlette]]. ​ A chording keyboard or [[wp>​Chorded keyboard]] is an input device where characters can be typed by pressing multiple keys at the same time. A popular design is the 7-key chorder, where one key is used for each of the index finger, middle finger, ring finger and pinky, and 3 keys for the thumb. This can be used with either the left or right hand (or a chorder can be used for each hand, increasing typing speed). The current incarnation of the SpiffChorder is a 7-key chorder, although because of the easily changeable chord-maps, fewer keys can be used as well. The hardware-design has been designed for chords consisting of up to 8 keys, plus 3 additional keys that can be used as modifiers (ctrl, alt, shift). This allows substantially different chording ideas to be implemented,​ such as the [[Twidlette]]. ​
  
-Both the hardware design and software/​firmware for the SpiffChorder ​is open, and you can make modifications as you see fit. The license ​is based on [[http://​www.obdev.at/​products/​avrusb/​license.html|Objective Development'​s license]], which is now GPL, but with the addition that the hardware is documented and  open as well.+Both the hardware design and software/​firmware for the SpiffChorder ​are open.  You can make modifications as you see fit. The license ​was based on [[http://​www.obdev.at/​products/​avrusb/​license.html|Objective Development'​s license]] ​and can be found in the 0.98 release. With the 0.99 release it was changed to [[http://​www.gnu.org/​licenses/​gpl-3.0.en.html|GPLv3]].
  
 [[http://​www.obdev.at/​|Objective Development'​s]] [[http://​www.obdev.at/​products/​avrusb/​index.html|AVR USB]] driver is a firmware-only implementation of the low speed USB standard (1.5Mbps) which can be used on cheap [[http://​atmel.com/​products/​AVR/​|AVR]] microcontrollers from [[http://​atmel.com/​|Atmel]].  ​ [[http://​www.obdev.at/​|Objective Development'​s]] [[http://​www.obdev.at/​products/​avrusb/​index.html|AVR USB]] driver is a firmware-only implementation of the low speed USB standard (1.5Mbps) which can be used on cheap [[http://​atmel.com/​products/​AVR/​|AVR]] microcontrollers from [[http://​atmel.com/​|Atmel]].  ​
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