Keyboards are functional devices that many of us use every day for both work and play, but that is no reason for them to look boring according to Jason Allemann from the Lego blog JK Brickworks.

Allemann has created a functioning keyboard out of Lego bricks, getting quite creative with some of the keys such as using a sloping roof-tile for the home button, and putting a Lego man’s cap as the caps-lock.

To make the device, he stripped down a conventional keyboard to expose its sensory membrane and circuit board, and then had the difficult job of creating a frame for the Lego keys that would line up properly with the sensory membrane, but after hours of painstaking work, the Lego keyboard is born.


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