Hey, Grumpy_Mike has given me a fair bit of advice already but I've a few wee things.
I'm attaching an analogue switch (4066) across a keyboard to control it using an arduino.
Pretty much I'd never even heard of an arduino before a few days ago. Anyway, I've bought an arduino uno, with the power lead and usb lead. I need to buy the switch and the keyboard, but what else is there for me to buy? Do I need resistors or breadboards or anything? And I'm not 100% sure how to wire it... Is it all a series circuit?
And finally... is there any way to introduce a false randomness to the timing? I have the parameters that it needs to be in between. I know true randomness is very hard to achieve, but it just needs to be in a sequence that doesn't have a pattern for the first few thousand values. The last question isn't as important because I can always just write the full code out (but that'd take agggesss!)
to press the key and
to release it.
Thanks for any advice/tips in advance!