|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Qmk_firmware||15,924||3 hours ago||229||April 25, 2021||643||gpl-2.0||C|
|Open-source keyboard firmware for Atmel AVR and Arm USB families|
|Zmk||1,874||14 hours ago||429||mit||C|
|ZMK Firmware Repository|
|Redox Keyboard||1,536||2 months ago||25||mit|
|Ergonomic split mechanical keyboard|
|Soflekeyboard||1,445||20 days ago||43||other|
|A split keyboard based on Lily58, Crkbd and Helix keyboards|
|Sweep||1,126||a month ago||2||other|
|Sweep - a small promicro based keyboard inspired by the Ferris.|
|Kmk_firmware||1,069||2 days ago||72||other||Python|
|Clackety Keyboards Powered by Python|
|Keyberon||856||1||2 months ago||4||July 16, 2022||24||mit||Rust|
|A rust crate to create a pure rust keyboard firmware.|
|Controller||803||8 months ago||149||gpl-3.0||C|
|Kaleidoscope||702||a month ago||183||gpl-3.0||C++|
|Firmware for Keyboardio keyboards and other keyboards with AVR or ARM MCUs.|
|Djinn||663||a year ago||gpl-3.0||HTML|
|Djinn Split Keyboard|
The Redox project is an open-source, QMK (Quantum Mechanical Keyboard Firmware) powered, ergonomic split mechanical keyboard. This repository will be used to share information about the project and instruction on how to use and assemble the Redox keyboard.
Designer's bio: Mattia Dal Ben (aka u/TiaMaT102) obtained a master's degree in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in Computer Science at the University of Udine. Currently works as a Software Engineer in R&D department for a big IoT and Embedded Computers company. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast and maker, the Redox keyboard is the result of all of his passions.
The Redox is a keyboard project designed with ergonomics in mind. It uses Cherry MX style mechanical switches laid out in a 7x5 columnar stagger layout with components that can easily be sourced.
The design was heavily inspired by the Ergodox keyboard, and its main goal is to reduce the size without sacrificing too many keys, hence the name Reduced Ergodox.
As an Ergodox user I couldn't ignore the few flaws of the original design and in a moment of arrogance I tried to fix them, thus the Redox features:
Tilted Redox case: tilted case for the Redox prototype by jschloer.
couscous-kbd: Redox-inspired parametric OpenSCAD keyboard design.
Redodactyl keyboard: handwired 3D printed Dactyl-inspired Redox variant by u/darknao.
The Redox keyboard uses three different wireless implementations, differentiated by firmware:
boards/redox/main.py. Combined with a compatible wireless controller completes wireless configuration. Would advice adding Bluetooth keycodes in keymap;
The notable differences for the three implementations are as follows:
|1.25u||10||You can get away with 8 if you use two 1u keycaps for the 1.25u rotated keys|
ℹ️ On pimpmykeyboard.com site you can find a SA 1976 keyset kit specifically made for the Redox keyboard: the "Ergo Redox kit (12 keys)".
In partnership with Falbatech you can now use the code "mattdibi05" on Falbatech's store for a 5% OFF special discount.
If you've read this far and found something useful, please consider donating to help me maintain and further develop this project.