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King's Assembly - A Computer Mouse Full Of Awesome

A project in San Francisco, CA by Solid Art Labs
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A high-precision laser mouse. A full mechanical keyboard. An analog joystick. Together.
Backers: 1129
Average Pledge Per Backer: $212

Funded: $239,035 of $20,000
Dates: Feb 10th -> Apr 11th (60 days)
Project By: Solid Art Labs
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Latest News

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May 9th - via: blog.seattlepi.com
SEATTLE, WA - Crowdfunding is risky by nature. How do you know what the public will want to invest in? Are they more into wearable technology or a shirt that cleans itself? That risk seems well worth it for some San Francisco-based Kickstarter campaigns, which met and comfortably exceeded their fundraising goals. (Others have not been as successful.) (Read More)

Enhanced Ergonomics Stretch Goal Reached!! New Yaw and Hud Stretch Goal!!

April 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Enhanced Ergonomics Stretch Goal Reached!To improve the ergonomics and usability of the device, as part of this stretch goal we're developing multiple palm rest sizes, a new keyboard contour, and more adjustability! Highlights: Multiple sizes of palm... (Read More)

A few interesting keyboards, nearly in existence...

April 1st - via: trauring.org
My last post, Why haven’t there been any keyboard innovations in decades?, got some interesting responses. (Read More)

Wireless Stretch Goal Reached!! New Demo/Update Video!! Sample Keymaps!!

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Wireless Stretch Goal Reached!Now that we've reached our Wireless stretch goal, we'll be able to deliver King's Assemblies with an awesome wireless package! Here are some highlights: A massive selection of Bluetooth devices will be supported, such as... (Read More)

King's Assembly - A Computer Mouse Full Of Awesome

March 22nd - via: beta.slashdot.org
Meet The King's Assembly, a hardware project on Kickstarter. Here's how it's described: "A high-precision laser mouse. A full mechanical keyboard. An analog joystick. Together." That's all that was needed to get my attention. What I find intriguing about this product is that this is the first time I've seen the integration of these capabilities into a single physical device — well, actually a pair of devices; though apparently you can use one hand without the other. (Read More)

Programming and Styling Stretch Goals Reached!! Cherry MX designs done!!

March 19th - via: kickstarter.com
We are well on our way to producing the finest input devices on the planet! So awesome! Cherry MX Integration!We analyzed the Cherry MX key switch dimensions and electronic characteristics, and validated that we can replace the Cherry ML switches we... (Read More)

First Stretch Goal Reached! New Design Improvements!

March 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Congratulations on reaching our first stretch goal! You are all awesome! Check out our new design with a new, improved palm rest, optimized thumb components, new shell styling, and more! We've been really inspired by everyone's massive support and... (Read More)

A Computer Multi-Tool

February 26th - via: articles.software.informer.com
Gamers are often irritated with the need to move their hands from a keyboard to a mouse and back when playing a game. As you can't write in the chat field using your mouse, as it is not convenient to control camera movements from the keyboard. Solid Art Labs have found a solution for this frustrating situation. They've invented the King's Assembly device, which they call “a computer mouse full of awesome”. (Read More)

AWESOME First Week!!

February 20th - via: kickstarter.com
WOW! The last week has been a whirlwind! Thank you all so much for your enthusiastic support. You guys are awesome! We blew past our initial goal in 4 days, and the support and feedback we've received confirms that we are not the only ones who want... (Read More)

King’s Assembly Thinks Differently and Combines Keyboard, Mouse, and Joystick

February 20th - via: macobserver.com
I found a Kickstarter project called King's Assembly that is pretty much scrambling my brains. It's a a keyboard, mouse, and joystick, all wrapped up into one. More importantly you never have to take your hands off to access all three functions at the same time. (Read More)

King's Assembly puts keyboard, mouse and joystick at your fingertips

February 17th - via: gizmag.com
For those who play video games, a fraction of a second, say, the time it takes to move your hand from keyboard to mouse, can be enough to lose a soldier, building or entire army. For this reason keyboard shortcuts have become an important weapon in the gamer's arsenal, but what if our commands could be streamlined even further? With this objective in mind, a US-based engineer and founder of Solid Art Labs Eric Charlton has designed the King's Assembly, an input device which allows control over a keyboard, mouse and joystick simultaneously. (Read More)

King's Assembly puts keyboard, mouse and joystick at your fingertips

February 17th - via: atcontent.com
For those who play video games, a fraction of a second, say, the time it takes to move your hand from keyboard to mouse, can be enough to lose a soldier, building or entire army. For this reason keyboard shortcuts have become an important weapon in the gamer's arsenal, but what if our commands could be streamlined even further? With this objective in mind, a US-based engineer and founder of Solid Art Labs Eric Charlton has designed the King's Assembly, an input device which allows control over a keyboard, mouse and joystick simultaneously. .. Continue Reading King's Assembly puts keyboard, mouse and joystick at your fingertips. (Read More)

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