PComp Keyboard Lab

In this lab, I followed the Arduino layout through each step, and have the final product for the layout pictured above. In my code, however, I ran into some issues.

At first, the line that mentions “KEY_LEFT_SHIFT” wasn’t working, but once I put in the line “#define KEY_LEFT_SHIFT,” the verification got past that step. Then, I ran into this error where “Keyboard not found.” The sketch included the call to the library, and Keyboard was used in lines before, so I’m not sure what went wrong and why the sketch never fully loaded to the Arduino.

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Student at New York University. Passionate about visual art and the intersection between technology and sports.

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