Funkeyz is a modular keyboard with a frame that fits onto tablets and makes typing easier for people with physical and cognitive disabilities. The keyboard is easy to modify to specific needs, allowing for different combinations of keys to be centered in one place - i.e. Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Alt+Tab, or other multi-key combinations for video editing or gaming.

Though Funkeyz was specifically developed for a friend of ours named Ofer, another participant in TOM, named Liron, is also very excited to be able to use Funkeyz in his video editing which often requires pressing 3 keys at once.

The “keys” for Funkeyz can be printed on a 3D printer and assembled in a different combinations legos style, and the keyboard layout on a tablet can altered to match individual needs.

A full list of the projects can be found here:


The 3D files repo is avilable here:

Nice, I really like these kind of initiatives. Did already many people have used it?

@makersaffair Have you tried any prints or projects like this?

Hi Filemon,

They did try it with couple of people who do need it but at the moment the Funkez team are still working on making it better then what they have. At you can download the files and try it

This project was 3D printed. at the website you can find the files and try it

Cool, thanks!

Yes I’m able to print those models. I have not done any projects that are directly related to healthcare but I’m interested to. I was trained as a nurse a few years ago. How can I help?