A gauge to accurately measure the force profile of a keypress


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/11/22/a-gauge-to-accurately-measure.html


#2

If only we could harness his powers for good…


#3

Warmth particles. It all comes down to warmth particles.


#4

This article contains 0.39 units of interest, and scores a -4.7 on the logarithmic memorability scale. Try 29.2% harder next time.


#5

perhaps the take away is that it’s the journey that matters, not the destination.

… but yeah, it’s probably ultimately a doomed mission.


#6

They appear to already have been harnessed for awesome; so that would be a waste.


#7

Hmm

Death from a Keyboard?


Danger! Danger!
#8

So, he “invented” what amounts to essentially the kind of testing that AnandTech does? Sure, they don’t show graphs, but they combine per-key force measurements (see link) with clear, concise descriptions of what kind of key is used. Anyway, a graph like that doesn’t tell you how far down the actuation point is, wether it’s audible or not, and other related (and important) measurements.


#9

I always called ’em midichlorians


#10

That’s for people who are into, yknow, suspension bondage. Ever heard of safewords, guys?


#11

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