It'd be remiss of me not to give the mouse-shoe counterpart a bit of attention. This one has some distinct advantages: it's ergonomic (ish), portable (AF), and compact. What we have here is one fugly keyboard, a roll of heavy-duty Velcro, and a sacrificial sweater (because, let's be honest, none of my clothes are gonna fit anyway when lockdown ends. No amount of hula hooping can make up for sitting on your ass 16 hours a day).
I present... the keyboard hat.
Our calculations were correct: I look like a total jackass. But for the first rapid-turnaround prototype, this is surprisingly functional. Like, a solid three out of ten stars. It's slightly hard to wrap your brain around the hand configuration when they aren't side-by-side, but it's usable. teest gvvgjpwr hekkhllo qoeks ;;;N
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