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I once had one of these eyboard (but only one) but I cant find it anymore... >.< looking for it since days, hope I'm gonna find it again :/The keyboard was connectd using the I/O port and I could use it to type on the calculator (worked without any further drivers)But I'm not sure if it's gonna work with axe since I never tried it...And about the audio split:doesnt the audio splitt just split the signal in two, or (the other way around) combines two sources?Where exactly is the problem about it?Thx for your help
I already expected it wouldnt be possible to distinguish the two keyboards, so I only thought about maybe using arrow keys on the first one and W,A,S,D on the second keyboard or something ^^But Axe not supporting these IO drivers could really be a problem... would I need to "fix" this using some fance software (that's most likely not written yet) or also some extra hardware...?
how much work would it be, given I never worked with C/C++ before and never touched an arduino either...? >.<
so we need the following:- Software on the TI: Axe driver for Arduino DONE- Connection TI to Arduino DONE- Software on the Arduino: Driver for the TI DONE- Software on the Arduino: Driver to work with the keyboard NOPE- Connection Arduino to Keyboard(s) NOPEAllright. So we need samples of what signal is sent pressing each key on the Keyboard, right? Littel strange idea: Would it be able to extend that "project" to create an Arduino (with USB, PS/2 and 2.5mm audio input) that would make almost every keyboard work on the TI (except thus with special drivers)?
That woould be great So I'm gonna buy an Arduino, put your software on it, somehow connect it to the keyboard and then send you the results back? *btw... wich arduino would I have to buy? http://world.arduino.org/en/
http://world.arduino.org/en/arduino-uno-rev3.htmlhttp://world.arduino.org/en/arduino-uno-pro.htmlhttp://world.arduino.org/en/arduino-uno-smd-rev3.htmlwhich one should it be? They're all not too expenive as long as I dont need more than one ^^And would an Arduino Nano work, too? Absolutely excited and looking forward to working on this project
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