MaKey, MaKey turns the entire world right into a keyboard
The litany of thrilling Maker Faire merchandise continues with MaKey MaKey, a tool that turns something able to conducting electrical energy right into a controller. Developed by MIT Media Lab college students Jay Silver and Eric Rosenbaum, you merely run an alligator clip from the board to an object and maintain a connecting wire in your hand. Connecting over USB, it is totally programming-free, however for those who discover your curiosity piqued, you possibly can flip the board over to make use of the Arduino module baked into the hardware. It is already surpassed its unique $25,000 Kickstarter objective and when the run begins, you’ll decide up all the things you want for simply $35 — however if you cannot wait that lengthy, head on right down to the Bay Space this weekend.