Note: This isn't the GHpad that komar007 is working on.
So my test board is alive... but it's not the same one that JDCarpe has... I decided to go a different route - everything is through-hole.
"What? through-hole? That's so passť!", I hear you cry. Well, you know, I tried some 0805 SMD, and I didn't have fun with it, so I figured I would try to fit a Teensy... but you can't fit a Teensy on a 4x5 keypad... so I made it a daughterboard.
So I got it working with Hasu's firmware yesterday after realizing that I had put all the diodes on backwards
so please excuse the messy repairs...
So here's the board, numlock lit, waiting for those Retro DSA caps to show up... I ordered a case for it from Shapeways, we'll see how it turns out... never had anything 3d printed before, and I'm new to 3D design.
You could get a little more space if you took off the button and the usb connector, but there seems to be enough space in the poker case I was testing with anyway, so that's what I based my 3d thingy on.