nathanscribe wrote:Nice work. I'm guessing you're left-handed.
nathanscribe wrote:Pure win. I need one for my datachair. Well almost pure win. A Keysonic wireless and not a lowpoly guruboard? The depths you have fallen!
lowpoly wrote:nathanscribe wrote:Nice work. I'm guessing you're left-handed.
Left-handed why? Regardless, you can flip it around.
nathanscribe wrote:Just the way the base unit is to the left, that's all. I'm right handed and tend to have the base unit to my right - to the left feels awkward. Anyway I like the system. I'm surprised I've not seen anything like it before.
ascaii wrote:this looks promising...will you have a locking mechanism on the keyboard joints? Personally it would bother me if it wasnt secured in position for typing.
lowpoly wrote:Speaking of "secured": I mentioned that the alu tube is a bit soft. Depending on how you type, the monitor can start to swing a little. This will get better when monitor and keyboard get to their final height. But I may have to replace the aluminum with something harder. I'm waiting for the "end user test" here because it may not be necessary in the end.
webwit wrote:Ha, I figured out what was amiss with your photos. I'm gonna troll you with one word:
webwit wrote:up the wall to a small server room above this room
nathanscribe wrote:I don't think aluminium need necessarily be the problem - I use some alu keyboard (ie, music not typing) stands from Jaspers and they're simple lightweight tubing - the grips are plastic and tightened with knurled knobs. Sturdy things.
lowpoly wrote:It depends on construction and material. The aluminum I got is not the super hard type, there is room for improvement.
Using 50mm tubing would have been better for stability but would have required adapters for the arms. A lot more work. So I have to solve this through material (if necessary).
webwit wrote:I've been thinking for a while how to proceed my process of workstation minimization.
The Datahand is made wireless with wireless usb and a big battery underneath the chair, so I can freely move about in the chair.
Get a better chair. I can lean back in it but its not really good quality. Get one with adjustable arm rests. Build in the internals of the Datahand in the arm rests.
webwit wrote:Is it expensive in material costs to build it from parts? It always amazes me how much these arms and workstation setups cost at professional shops.
webwit wrote:Oh wait, I remember. You run peep shows!
Pylon wrote:Hmm, reminds me of those things you see at some hospitals, where they mount a computer and/or laptop on a cart and stuff.
input nirvana wrote:-Still no progress on a smaller wireless setup?
-Internals of Datahand in armrests...any particular armrests and setup info on that?
-You had mentioned over a year ago on GH that you were talking with someone about making you a very special and unique keyboard...anything come of that?
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