[Noisebridge-discuss] Keyboard glove needs Linux drivers
samir at esamir.com
Tue May 22 19:52:34 UTC 2012
This looks really nifty.
Their website claims that the drivers just work on Linux. Unless I'm
misreading their FAQs, it looks like what
they need is an app to configure the device.
WHAT OPERATING SYSTEMS DOES IT WORK ON? WINDOWS? MAC OS X? LINUX? DOES
IT NEED SPECIAL DRIVERS?
The Peregrine hardware uses standard HID keyboard drivers and will
work on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The configuration software that
allows you to assign keys and calibrate the glove is currently
available for Windows, and a Mac version is on the way. Once you have
configured the device, you can plug it into any system that uses
standard keyboard drivers (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) and The
Peregrine will keep its stored settings, and just work!
also.. it's nice to see a company interested in supporting Linux
(especially a gaming company).
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 12:38 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 11:09 AM, VonGuard <vonguard at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Anyone want to write Linux drivers for this:
>> It's a keyboard glove, and the company has asked me to help them find some
>> folks interested in writing drivers. Shouldn't be an insanely hard process,
>> as the glove is fairly simple, and if you want to do it, you'll get a few
>> gloves for free.
>> Email me if you are interested.
> I've played around with AVR-based USB HID "devices" before, and so I
> only have a general familiarity with the stack.
> If the company is willing to provide protocol specifications, I'd
> imagine these wouldn't be too hard to get crafted.
> Though it makes me wonder why this isn't just a USB HID-like keyboard
> in the first place. I imagine that they also need some magic
> key-remapping elements?
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