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Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 08:11:23 amI 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
Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 08:28:49 amI 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...?
Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 08:40:48 amhow much work would it be, given I never worked with C/C++ before and never touched an arduino either...? >.<
Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 08:56:43 amso 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)?
Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 09:06:34 amThat 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/
Quote from: p2 on August 18, 2016, 09:26:26 amhttp://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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