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Beyond QWERTY: how Palette’s knobs and dials change the way you work and play

10
Feb
2014

They all do very specific jobs on the computer, but the main way they interact with the software is through the generic, one-size-fits-all keyboard, explains Palette co-founder Calvin Chu. I think theres a lot of a value in having something thats customizable, rearrangeable to make a tool that fits the way you work. So he and partner Ashish Bidadi set out to create a solution — a modular, freeform control system that snaps together like pieces of Lego.

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