Open-source Memoria PCB files are on GitHub: https://github.com/mayanoshinkai/Memoria
Memoria is an open-source V4N4G0N-compatible hotswap PCB designed by community member Mayano.
Memoria is a drop-in replacement PCB for V4N4G0N cases that supports multiple layouts with hotswap sockets. The board features several improvements over the official V4N4G0N PCB including full hotswap support with Kaihl sockets, an improved split spacebars layout based on Minisub, and support for RGB indicator LEDs on the PCB. Memoria also supports plate mounted RGB indicator LEDs similar to R3 "Hullagon" V4N4G0Ns using a custom FR4 plate.
PCB-mount stabilizers are supported for all three spacebars. There are three pins broken out to through-hole pads below the Enter key that support an RGB LED strip. There are no holes for per-key LEDs and no underglow LEDs on the board. The board uses a USB-C connector to connect to the host. The port is located in the top-right to ensure compatibility with existing V4N4G0N cases.
QMK Firmware is available on GitHub: https://github.com/mayanoshinkai/Firmwares/tree/main/memoria
Memoria plate files are available on GitHub: https://github.com/mayanoshinkai/Memoria/tree/main/Plates
KLE available here: http://www.keyboard-layout-editor.com/#/gists/56874a9671edefa3bc02baa64153ef66
Memoria supports two layouts based on Minisub - a single 6.25u spacebar layout and a 2.75u/2.25u/1.25u split-space layout. The top half-numrow is indented 0.5u and three LED indicators are positioned in the top-left corner to align with V4N4G0N cases.