There are over 1,000 emojis in the world today. When trying to use one in a tweet or résumé, you can use menus and submenus on your smartphone to find the one you want. But that's not necessary on the keyboard system that Tom Scott rigged. It consists of 14 standard keyboards, all linked together with appropriate software. Each emoji--even those that aren't out to the public yet--is available with a single click.
Later this week, Scott plans to release a video showing how he built this sytem.