OLED keys are already compatible with Latin, and its creator is working on adaptations for other languages, including Japanese, Korean and Arabic. The keyboard has an ortho-linear layout, which means the keys are not arranged vertically as on traditional keyboards.
While there’s only one model at the moment, the keyboard project page has recently posted notes about upcoming firmware work; this could mean hardware kits are on the way. At the same time, such a kit will cost more than $ 200 and will not be sold in bulk.
It’s worth remembering that per-key OLED displays are not a new concept. About 10 years ago, Artemy Lebedev’s studio showed off the Optimus Maximus keyboard.
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