Ergonomic keyboard in the spirit of Lyn's EM7 and TGR Alice. Notable differences are the more HHKB-like layout and the and the more symmetric looks due to the space bars and left key cluster arrangement.
Ergodox is a keyboard project designed with ergonomics in mind, it uses 76-80 Cherry MX style mechanical switches laid out in a columnar stagger (rather than the more conventional row stagger) layout with components that can easily be sourced. The keyboard is completely programmable and can be flashed with several different firmware options.
42-key or 36-key wired, diodeless, non-flippable, low profile choc v1, aggressive column staggered, programmable ergonomic mechnical split keyboard powered by Rasyberry Pi Pico or other compatible RP2040 boards