From the "Just Because You Can Probably Means You Shouldn't" Department comes this massive keyboard. It's just short of ten million feet long and doesn't have a QWERTY layout. Nope, the letters are in alphabetical order, and there aren't any keys besides the letters. So yeah, no ENTER, space, or anything else. It's still awesome though. Couple this sucker with a couch-sized mouse and you could win awards in practicality.
A couple more build pics after the jump.
giant keyboard requires massive fingers (or toes) [technabob]
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