Is it possible to create an IP-to-USB HID (keyboard) using Arduino?
I'd like to connect an Arduino to my network using Ethernet, and then send it commands using TCP/IP and have those commands translated to USB HID and sent as keystrokes to the connected PC.
I've found a few articles discussing USB HID emulation using the Arduino Uno (see http://mitchtech.net/arduino-usb-hid-keyboard) but it refers to using GPIO pins as buttons.
Am I correct that this might work if I use an Arduino Uno and then purchase an Arduino Shield Ethernet? (seems a bit expensive, but is this the cheapest option?)
Thanks in advance!