Saturday, September 28, 2013
Now on Instructables!
This is Part 3 in the series.
The Atmel 328P DIY Arduino is reading a PS/2 Keyboard, converting the scan codes to characters, and transmitting the characters to the host Arduino. This removes the burden (memory and cpu cycles) from the host, as it only has to read in characters on a serial port. You can download the code (and the library) from
This is our first of our "SmartShields". Stay tuned for other intelligent shields!
To help us get this shield to production, please order this prototype interface as shown (keyboard not included) for $30
Posted by Steve Spence at 5:07 PM