Another impressive hardware hack
Now this is impressive, to go along with the also impressive Super Smash Brothers loaded onto an albeit powerful calculator. Another hacker has has taken time to hack the firmware in his Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid-I keyboard. The user Spritetm posted the video over in the Reddit Mechanical Keyboards subreddit, showing the newly achieved additional lighting modes added to his keyboard.
One of these modes includes the classic Nokia game Snake whilst in the comments Spritetm in a separate video displayed another brilliant lighting mode which simulates the rippling of a puddle.
With this it just goes to show how much power is in a modern day mechanical keyboard, especially when considered they have fully fledged ARM processors with separate LED drivers. Mentioned briefly in the thread is that the Ducky firmware has been looked at, with Spritetm saying it is likely possible custom firmwares could be loaded as well.