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Submission + - Making You Own Custom USB Human Interface Devices (makezine.com)

An anonymous reader writes: MAKE has a beginner's tutorial on using the Teensy microcontroller to create made-to-measure USB Human Interface Devices to control the keyboard or mouse input of your computer. In the case of the creator, he made a button to key in a random synonym for "awesome" when it was pressed to help him with his overuse of the word.
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Making You Own Custom USB Human Interface Devices

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