Geeky LEGO brick master Jason Allemann started this project with an old keyboard and as some you can tell, all of the keys are held together with Technic axles. The completed and functional QWERTY layout laid atop the keyboard's sensor pad and circuit board. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Dvice reports that 'he uses a sloped rooftop piece for the Home key, control panel tile for the Control key and a minifig baseball cap and a lock key tile for the Caps Lock key. Best of all, the keys are swappable at any time. Allemann says he can type "just as well with this keyboard as with any other", although there is a little flex to the frame.'