Emote control

Bajca is a USB keypad with no letters, no numbers, no function keys…just shortcuts for emoticons. Since the use of smileys is still ubiquitous, we could see this keypad being helpful for people with dexterity disabilities who would prefer to rave or vent via one keystroke instead of three, or people with cognitive disabilities who may understand the meaning of a labeled key more intuitively than they would a colon-hyphen-P combination. The keys can also be removed and worn as jewelry, which we assume also means they can be ordered on their base however the user prefers. 😎

Crave: Give a smiley face to the emo keyboard

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