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[Version 1] Arduio Ducky

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Hi Everyone b0bb3r5 here,

Love the project but I had a suggestion for the people who are strapped for cash (myself included) but would love to join the development of the Rubber Ducky project.

Although it may not be as useful in real world applications (as is) the "Arduino" can also be use in "testing and development "

This as well could open up a huge group of developers "Arduino forum" and because the Arduino is a bit more popular it might open up opportunities for people without the "Teensy" board to experiment without forking over the 30 or so bucks it would cost to buy the kit.

A few things to note...

I have not done extensive research on this and it would be helpful to have a second opinion

Also it might be useful to have a separate thread for Arduino testing if the code is different then the Teensy.

Relevant link's:

ASCIITable for Arduino:

http://arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ASCIITable

PS2 Mouse

(I haven't quite figured out the this bit which would be helpful. but this link should provide enough to get started.)

http://www.arduino.cc/playground/ComponentLib/Ps2mouse

--PS a few things to add as Questions

is the transfer rate better on Arduino then on the Teensy?

how complicated would it be to mod the Arduino board to minimize the size?

what else can people think of?

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an added note it looks like the "mouse control" is going to work with this without some sort of extra hardware

so that might kill the Arduino ducky Project

If you find something or just want to comment please do I will continue to work on a solution.

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Ah yes,

Thanks for bringing that up.

On that note do you know if that would effect the use of it as development?

And also would there be a way to change that?

(remove the Arduino from the board and load a library or something)

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Ah yes,

Thanks for bringing that up.

On that note do you know if that would effect the use of it as development?

And also would there be a way to change that?

(remove the Arduino from the board and load a library or something)

It makes it entirely useless.

That's how it "would effect the use of it as development".

As the serial converter chip, well, it appears as a serial COM port, and you need custom drivers for it.

If this was a MIDI Ducky, it'd be handy. But not for anything we want.

Perhaps the Arduino could do USB, with a custom USB port hooked up to the pins, but I somehow doubt if the Arduino's Serial IO mode is fast enough.

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