http://tomscott.com - http://twitter.com/tomscott - This is the most ridiculous thing I've built in a long while: a full-size, real-life emoji keyboard, made of 14 keyboards and over 1,000 individually placed stickers. And yet, it's got everything from Unicode 8 -- but not yet the candidates from Unicode 9. I might need another keyboard for them, next year.
BEHIND THE SCENES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIFE7h3m40U
Thanks to Matt Gray (http://mattg.co.uk) for filming and rigging, and to YouTube Space London for giving me... well, enough space to plug 14 keyboards into one laptop. There'll be a video later this week on how it all works from a technical point of view, along with some rambling about the Art of the Bodge!
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