The Toronto Star checks in with 27-year old Jack Zylkin of Philadelphia and his USB Typewriter, which replicates the sound and feel of a typewriter for computer users.
"Something was really lost when we moved away from the technology of typewriters," he said.
With that in mind, Zylkin began thinking of ways to remake the typewriter he had found. It was while working at Hive 76 – a hacker space where people share tools, parts and space – that he came up with the idea of making the typewriter’s keyboard function as a keyboard for a computer.
Original source: Toronto Star
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