Ergonomic Split Keyboard
The Infinity ErgoDox Mechanical Keyboard Kit is a fork of the enormously popular ErgoDox Mechanical Keyboard. The ErgoDox is invented by Dominic Beauchamp, known as “Dox”, and is inspired by the Key64 project. It seeks to address many of the problems faced by regular keyboard users and is one of the most popular DIY keyboard kits available today. One of the major innovations added in the Infinity ErgoDox that distinguishes it from the rest of its kind is that the Infinity comprises two distinct keyboards that are separately usable, while all the other variants are a single keyboard that is physically split. The Infinity ErgoDox also is the only version to come with an LCD screen attachment, which was specifically added to allow users to keep track of what layer they are using without having to rely on their computer.
The goals for the Infinity ErgoDox were the most complex objectives in any modern keyboard we know of.
1. Open Source Design
2. No Upfront Tooling Costs
3. Fully Programmable Keys
4. Split Keyboard Functionality
5. LED Control Screen
6. Infinite Layers in each Half
Over 1000 people participated in the launch of the Infinity ErgoDox on Massdrop making it the largest community keyboard project by participant count to date
For further details about the Infinity ErgoDox features, look at this list of Frequently Asked Questions.
If you need help building your Infinity ErgoDox, please look at this Build Guide.
For a guide on how to program your keyboard using our configurator, please click this link.
If you need help building custom layouts, please use our online Configurator for the Infinity ErgoDox
If you would like to download the design files for the Infinity ErgoDox case, you can find them here.
If you would like to download the files for the Infinity ErgoDox printed circuit board (PCB), you can find them here.
Last modified 1/16/2017