Before I start a project on converting an ADB to USB Adapter, I want to first check I have what I need and can maximize my use of available libraries for my project.
I have an extra arduino nano v3, and a teensy 3.2 board, and both fit the form factor criteria, but I assume the teensy would be the way to go as it has all the built in USB super tools. However, a cursory glance at available libraries do not seem to target the 3.2 board.
Would I be better off just picking up an old teensy 2 board to save myself headache, or is there a library I could use to repurpose the hardware I already have?
I don’t have any experience with input device communication, but I am a programmer, so I could figure it out if need be, but I have a sneaking suspicion that it would be quite the deep rabbit hole just for the simple functionality I want. I do have experience with the keyboard to pc programming, so it is only the adb interpretation that I lack knowledge in.
For clarification, by adb I mean Apple Desktop Bus. I am getting an old obsolete AEK(Apple Extended Keyboard) keyboard working.