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Offline Qomolangma

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CYBERBOARD - 75% keyboard inspired by Tesla Cybertruck

Hey guys!! CYBERBOARD IS NOW AVAILABLE ON INDIEGOGO NOW!(CURRENTLY SOLD OUT)  :p :p :p

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/cyberboard-world-s-first-custom-led-mech-keyboard/x/24355285?




Color options:

Industrial Yellow
Vapor White [sold out]
Purple Haze
Cyber Grey
Jungle Green

We have prepared a discount exclusively for the community. Welcome to join our discord to get further infos!

Discord server: https://discord.gg/su2DXde
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/crazy_designers/




Intro

Hello, Geekhackers,this is Crazy Designers from China! 

Just like our name, we are a team of crazy designers, and the [CYBERBOARD] is a big project now we're working on. The inspiration comes from the Cybertruck of Tesla.


Renders



Basic colors


KAMs 80s AfterDark


GMK Retrocast


GMK Neon City


Engineering Sample






2020/06/17 updates
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After we received the last prototype, we are not satisfied for some reasons. and we have been working hard on it :)

We all know that the LED panel is a really interesting point. The slot to locate the LED panel is so complicated at first place that we change it to be magnetic finally.




Close-up display of LEDs and its lattice:



When I got the prototype of the cyberboard, I built it with carbon plate and the holypanda switches, and it is just not satisfying me.



So, we improved the structure. Based on top mount, we made some optimizations. For example, we added some silicone to the suspension.



To ensure the typing experience, we tried making a silicone pad specially for CYBERBOARD (current testing).
It can fill the gap between the plate and PCB (as you can see in the photo below )



*Exploded view of Cyberboard

2020/06/23 updates
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WE HAVE DESIGNED A CASE FOR CYBERBOARD !! so its basically what it looks like, and we are discussing the color of the fonts / case





the prototype of the case:

2020/06/30 updates
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We are confirming the color options we will finally sell, and we have now received two prototypes —— space grey and black. After receiving all the prototypes (8 colors), we will select satisfactory ones as the final options.



Specs & FAQs:

1. LEDs:
Programmable(you can customize the pattern like time, wavy lines and other not too complicated effects)
Resolution - 5*40
Supports USB 3.0

2. Mounting method: Top mount (optimized)
3. Weight: 2.4kg
4. Dimensions: 340.5 x 181 x42.2mm
5. Case: 6063 aluminium alloy
6. Machining: CNC and anodization
7. PCB: Hot swappable
8. Layout: ANSI layout
9. The angle of the diagonal face:  10°



Is it hard to power CYBERBOARD because of the LEDs?
Maximum power consumption of the LED panel will be limited to 400 mA.

Will the led part of your board be removable in case i want to powdercoat/cerakote the case?
Yes,we make it magnetic so its quite easy to take off

Will switches require extra support legs to fit the CYBERBOARD?
we support 3-pin switches as well as 5-pin switches

Not based on QMK?
We're sorry we didn't say anything about QMK in the first place...we used a close source MCU, please check the GH thread or discord announcements for more info

I have seen the wrist rest in your early renders. Can we buy one if we want it?
Sorry we won't make wrist rest.

Is this fully assembled or just DIY kit?
It's a DIY kit which means keycaps or switches are not included.

Unlimited group buy?
Sorry it's limited.[/size]


Attention

Cyberboard is not based on QMK. We did not have the ability to handle QMK transplantation at that time, so we used ready-made commercial solutions-we used [SN32F248B] as the MCU. This MCU uses close source firmware with independent intellectual property rights.

MCU's info:http://www.sonix.com.tw/article-en-4336-30356




*this post is authorized by Crazy Designers
« Last Edit: Tue, 18 August 2020, 03:51:00 by Qomolangma »

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #1 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 02:41:13 »
2020/07/07 update

After a period of hard work and testing, our boards are really close to the level of mass production. here we got black & white prototypes.

[Vapor White] & [Black Samurai]




2020/07/13 update

please check out the hot swap PCB of the CYBERBOARD



« Last Edit: Sun, 12 July 2020, 21:30:47 by Qomolangma »

Offline Slayer77

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #2 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 02:44:42 »
Interesting design.. but the machining and display would make this chonky boi an expensive board..

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #3 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 04:14:03 »
Are those programmable LEDs at the back?  :eek:

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #4 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 04:19:32 »
T H I C C

Not sure if I'm going to buy it, but I'm definitely watching.

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #5 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 04:19:48 »
Very interesting design

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #6 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 05:33:56 »
I'll take one.

Offline Jaltr

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #7 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:04:43 »
I'm totally down for another chonker!
Chonkers are underrated af

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #8 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:19:12 »
Holy ****

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #9 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:20:11 »
How are you handling the led matrix pcb wise? I'd assume you're using an LED driver as usable (with qmk compat) commercial mcu's don't have enough pins for the switch matrix and the led matrix.

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #10 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:35:47 »
a chonkus board

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #11 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 06:44:12 »
any info on the board?

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« Reply #12 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 09:19:57 »
Details on the board? Mount? Plate, Weight, and Case material? Matching wrist rest? Option to turn LED screen into a weight?

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #13 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 10:42:31 »
The lights are just going to be reflected by the computer screen and be annoying. Anyone who buys this is going to have the LEDs on for max five minutes before they are fed up with the gimmick.

With twice as many RGB LEDs as any full-size keyboard, few ports are going to power it. Forget even trying it with a laptop.
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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #14 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 10:56:46 »
When youre not allowed to go outside but still wanna get the disco feel.

Its interesting looking, not sure if id ever use it tbh.

I do love the first render!

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #15 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 11:27:08 »
The lights are just going to be reflected by the computer screen and be annoying. Anyone who buys this is going to have the LEDs on for max five minutes before they are fed up with the gimmick.

With twice as many RGB LEDs as any full-size keyboard, few ports are going to power it. Forget even trying it with a laptop.

Oh man, good luck powering this thing at full power with anything that's not a desktop psu. I assume that they would use either the ws2812b or a dumb rgb led with a led controller. Now if we do the math for the worst case scenario with ws2812b's, it doesn't look good. Each channel (R, G and B) on a ws2812b can draw max 20mA. If all 3 channels are at max power, they draw 60mA. The led display seems to have 200 leds. If all of them are at max brightness and on white, the leds will draw 12A. at 5v, that's 60W. I'd like to see how they handle thermals and power for that. But, lets think about a more realistic scenario, lets take a current draw of 10mA for each LED. That's 2A @ 5v, right in line with the USB PD profile 1. If they add a usb pd negotiation chip to the pcb, then that would be possible. A buck converter may be needed for higher current operation, as usb PD profiles only offer 2A max at 5v.

Offline Jampu

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #16 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 13:38:38 »
The lights are just going to be reflected by the computer screen and be annoying. Anyone who buys this is going to have the LEDs on for max five minutes before they are fed up with the gimmick.

With twice as many RGB LEDs as any full-size keyboard, few ports are going to power it. Forget even trying it with a laptop.

Oh man, good luck powering this thing at full power with anything that's not a desktop psu. I assume that they would use either the ws2812b or a dumb rgb led with a led controller. Now if we do the math for the worst case scenario with ws2812b's, it doesn't look good. Each channel (R, G and B) on a ws2812b can draw max 20mA. If all 3 channels are at max power, they draw 60mA. The led display seems to have 200 leds. If all of them are at max brightness and on white, the leds will draw 12A. at 5v, that's 60W. I'd like to see how they handle thermals and power for that. But, lets think about a more realistic scenario, lets take a current draw of 10mA for each LED. That's 2A @ 5v, right in line with the USB PD profile 1. If they add a usb pd negotiation chip to the pcb, then that would be possible. A buck converter may be needed for higher current operation, as usb PD profiles only offer 2A max at 5v.

Consider a standard RGB 60%.  By your logic, it would take 3.6A to power it.  Any matrix driver only drives one row or column at a time...

This will still be interesting to follow as it's 600 LEDs to control, so at least 50 pins.  More likely though there would be several cheaper drivers running around 20x5 RGB matrices.  This is still 60 LEDs running concurrently, but because the LEDs aren't indicators and don't have to shine through switches/caps they can be run at very low current and still seem quite bright.

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #17 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 16:22:27 »
The lights are just going to be reflected by the computer screen and be annoying. Anyone who buys this is going to have the LEDs on for max five minutes before they are fed up with the gimmick.

With twice as many RGB LEDs as any full-size keyboard, few ports are going to power it. Forget even trying it with a laptop.

Oh man, good luck powering this thing at full power with anything that's not a desktop psu. I assume that they would use either the ws2812b or a dumb rgb led with a led controller. Now if we do the math for the worst case scenario with ws2812b's, it doesn't look good. Each channel (R, G and B) on a ws2812b can draw max 20mA. If all 3 channels are at max power, they draw 60mA. The led display seems to have 200 leds. If all of them are at max brightness and on white, the leds will draw 12A. at 5v, that's 60W. I'd like to see how they handle thermals and power for that. But, lets think about a more realistic scenario, lets take a current draw of 10mA for each LED. That's 2A @ 5v, right in line with the USB PD profile 1. If they add a usb pd negotiation chip to the pcb, then that would be possible. A buck converter may be needed for higher current operation, as usb PD profiles only offer 2A max at 5v.

Consider a standard RGB 60%.  By your logic, it would take 3.6A to power it.  Any matrix driver only drives one row or column at a time...

This will still be interesting to follow as it's 600 LEDs to control, so at least 50 pins.  More likely though there would be several cheaper drivers running around 20x5 RGB matrices.  This is still 60 LEDs running concurrently, but because the LEDs aren't indicators and don't have to shine through switches/caps they can be run at very low current and still seem quite bright.

you're right, in that example I got a bit carried away, and assumed that they were using the ws2812b's only.

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #18 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 17:50:00 »
This is not an 80%.


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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #19 on: Sat, 21 March 2020, 19:57:04 »
I need this in my life.
Very bold design, looks great imo.
That's now my second most-wanted keyboard after the VE.A 2nd.

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« Reply #20 on: Sun, 22 March 2020, 08:08:47 »
That would be a really cool board to have for a gaming rig.
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Offline Jaltr

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #21 on: Sun, 22 March 2020, 10:19:42 »
That would be a really cool board to have for a gaming rig.
For the Xbox Series X?

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #22 on: Sun, 22 March 2020, 16:27:46 »
This looks so damn cool.

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« Reply #23 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 05:28:28 »
 :cool: :cool:we need more details. cool design tho

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #24 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 22:07:11 »
Details on the board? Mount? Plate, Weight, and Case material? Matching wrist rest? Option to turn LED screen into a weight?
Yes,- It has many modes, you can customize the pattern, time, wave and other effects.

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #25 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 22:10:51 »
How are you handling the led matrix pcb wise? I'd assume you're using an LED driver as usable (with qmk compat) commercial mcu's don't have enough pins for the switch matrix and the led matrix.
Not based on qmk. They found a new IC, rewritten the driver, and still debugging.

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #26 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 22:15:29 »
Details on the board? Mount? Plate, Weight, and Case material? Matching wrist rest? Option to turn LED screen into a weight?
Mounting style:Top mount,and we added some gaskets between the screws
Weight:unsure
Case materials: 6061 aluminum alloy
CNC and anodization production

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this 80% cybertank ?
« Reply #27 on: Mon, 23 March 2020, 22:19:10 »
The lights are just going to be reflected by the computer screen and be annoying. Anyone who buys this is going to have the LEDs on for max five minutes before they are fed up with the gimmick.

With twice as many RGB LEDs as any full-size keyboard, few ports are going to power it. Forget even trying it with a laptop.

Oh man, good luck powering this thing at full power with anything that's not a desktop psu. I assume that they would use either the ws2812b or a dumb rgb led with a led controller. Now if we do the math for the worst case scenario with ws2812b's, it doesn't look good. Each channel (R, G and B) on a ws2812b can draw max 20mA. If all 3 channels are at max power, they draw 60mA. The led display seems to have 200 leds. If all of them are at max brightness and on white, the leds will draw 12A. at 5v, that's 60W. I'd like to see how they handle thermals and power for that. But, lets think about a more realistic scenario, lets take a current draw of 10mA for each LED. That's 2A @ 5v, right in line with the USB PD profile 1. If they add a usb pd negotiation chip to the pcb, then that would be possible. A buck converter may be needed for higher current operation, as usb PD profiles only offer 2A max at 5v.

Consider a standard RGB 60%.  By your logic, it would take 3.6A to power it.  Any matrix driver only drives one row or column at a time...

This will still be interesting to follow as it's 600 LEDs to control, so at least 50 pins.  More likely though there would be several cheaper drivers running around 20x5 RGB matrices.  This is still 60 LEDs running concurrently, but because the LEDs aren't indicators and don't have to shine through switches/caps they can be run at very low current and still seem quite bright.

you're right, in that example I got a bit carried away, and assumed that they were using the ws2812b's only.
So far, they have used 200 RGB LEDs, and the maximum power consumption is limited to 400 mA

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #28 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 00:37:39 »
pretty sick design !

Offline Starius

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« Reply #29 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 16:20:32 »
Oh man, I’m definitely gonna keep an eye on this project. Wow!

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« Reply #30 on: Tue, 24 March 2020, 18:53:55 »
Uhhhh, I think I just fell in love with backglow

Offline Wolframme

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #31 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 00:06:45 »
Honestly, this design is hot af. Not sure if I'm in but I'm going to be closely watching.

Offline Jaeena

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« Reply #32 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 12:21:49 »
Very cool design. I'm definitely interested.  :thumb:

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #33 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 21:11:26 »
Really interesting design, I like it. I'll keep my eye on this, but I have to imagine the LED strip will make this real expensive.

Offline Rubydestroyer

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« Reply #34 on: Wed, 25 March 2020, 21:38:55 »
I like the look of it, but I can already hear my wallet screaming haha

Offline Qomolangma

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #35 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 03:45:09 »
That's pretty cool!

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« Reply #36 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 06:09:14 »
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That's pretty cool!
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« Reply #37 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 06:36:46 »
I'm scared to know how much this is going to cost...

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #38 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 08:00:41 »
I really really hope there’s a blue option for the case. I have an idea what caps to put on this 👀

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« Reply #39 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 11:22:03 »
Love this !

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« Reply #40 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 14:29:33 »
Holy mother of the clack. This is very cool!

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« Reply #41 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 14:50:28 »
Didnt know there was a prototype already underway, this thing looks sweet. Excited to see you get the lights up and running

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« Reply #42 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 18:49:08 »
Completely bloody impractical, big waste of desk space 77and the community will mock me if I buy one therefore it is perfect, put me down for two!
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« Reply #43 on: Thu, 26 March 2020, 19:13:17 »
Count me as in on this one.  Love it!  It's like the late 1970s entered now and gave us a keyboard.

Offline beekey

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« Reply #44 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 07:18:08 »
If you do the wrist rest too, it will be clack-porn pure.
« Last Edit: Fri, 27 March 2020, 15:16:10 by beekey »

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #45 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 14:51:28 »
Here's a pic of the RGB PCB proto that someone posted in Twitch chat last night. Looks like the board's all built up. This means that there are at least two prototypes of this board out there (one gray and one violet).




Offline Slayer77

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #46 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 14:57:47 »
Green

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Re: [IC] Cyberboard | Do you like this cybertank ?
« Reply #47 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 15:31:05 »
If the timing is right, and if I can behave myself financially then I would absolutely be interested in this lol

Offline Starius

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« Reply #48 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 15:32:15 »
What color would you call the first prototype? It kind of looks like a bluish tinged space grey to me.

Very cool to see these.  The project is definitely further on than I expected.

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« Reply #49 on: Fri, 27 March 2020, 17:24:52 »
Ok after seeing those prototype pics I'm 100% sold. I don't even care how much it costs I want one lol that purple one looks dank