Crosstown traffic: Hackaday features my “FatFingerer” on their front page

Whether this was the result of people actually liking my project or just some random randomizer picking featured projects, I saw this on the Hackaday front page this evening (and no, I wasn’t logged into my account on Hackaday, and yes, I checked this from multiple browsers to make sure this wasn’t a cookie thing…) :

Screengrab from Hackaday, 11/14/2014 7:25 PM

Screengrab from Hackaday, 11/14/2014 7:25 PM

I detailed my FatFingerer to my friends on Facebook a number of months ago, I do plan on adding a detailed writeup to my blog in the near future… I use the FatFingerer every day at work when using AutoCAD and PLC applications, the heart of it is an Arduino Leonardo programmed to emulate common keystrokes.  And yes, if you’re interested in more detail right now, here is my project page for the FatFingerer.


(published from Fort Wayne, Indiana)

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