I built a USB Button for my photo booth. I call it The Button and it consists of a die-cast aluminum box painted black, with non-slip rubber feet, and a button attached to a Teensy. It's a damn fine looking button if I do say so myself! (See it here.)
But... maybe you want more out of life, like a second button! If so, the The (Dual) Button is for you.
The (Dual) Button functions like The Button times two, so if you've got two functions, you can handle them just fine. Maybe you need F3 and F4, or "L" and "R", or some other combo of keys. You get the Teensy (programmed and tested) with two pushbuttons wired up, and a USB cable.
The (Dual) Button uses a small microcontroller called a Teensy that emulates a USB keyboard. We’ll program it to do what you want, from key presses to key combos, to mouse clicks.
The (Dual) Button should work on any computer that supports USB, and should not need any special drivers, since it’s basically just a simplified keyboard with two keys.
Note: We can typically provide green, yellow, and red push buttons. If you have a preference, please let us know, otherwise we'll chose for you.
So here’s the deal—if you want one, they are $95.00 USD. (Shipping is extra and will be calculated at checkout.)
At this time we’re accepting payments via PayPal, so please use the “Buy Now” button below.
If paying by credit card, the charge on your bill will appear from “2XLNETWORKS”
2XL Networks • 2924 N 69th St. • Milwaukee, WI • 53210 • email@example.com
(Is a spacebar button not quite what you need? We can also do F5 or other custom button programming, including multiple buttons for more controls. If you can provide the enclosure and all you need is a pre-programmed Teensy with a button, take a look at The (Bare) Button. Otherwise, for something custom please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of what you’re looking for.)