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SolusChess, (Solus Chess)
a magnetic sensory board from Berger's DIY projects using reed switches as sensors, and the Teensy 2.0 [1] USB-based microcontroller development board [2] plus firmware. SolusChess emulates an USB keyboard and sends commands to the host computer running a chess program, such as pure algebraic coordinate notation to enter moves [3] . In particular, SolusChess can be connected with Android devices, for instance running Aart Bik's Chess for Android [4] , or with Josu Bergara Ede's Gavon [5] .
SolusChess [6]

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  1. ^ Teensy++ 2.0 required for SolusChess Bluetooth
  2. ^ Teensy USB Development Board
  3. ^ SolusChess v2 - Berger's Projects - DIY
  4. ^ With Android - Berger's Projects - DIY
  5. ^ With Gavon - Berger's Projects - DIY
  6. ^ Magnetic USB Chessboard (SolusChess) - Berger's Projects - DIY

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