Makey Makey and Raspberry Pi Halloween Sound Board #makeymakey #makeymakeymonday
There’s several things going on in this video. First, the box is something I built to allow me to quickly hook things up to all 18 of the MaKey MaKey inputs. The binding posts take bare wire, banana clips, or alligator clips.
Inside the box, the Makey Makey is attached to a Raspberry Pi, using the default Debian install.
I modified the Makey Makey sketch to turn all 18 inputs into letter keys on the keyboard, using instructions available from here. I did this to make the Raspberry Pi scripting more straightforward.
Every Monday is Makey Makey™ Monday here at Adafruit! The MaKey MaKey – by Jay Silver and Eric Rosenbaum, made by JoyLabz! Ever played Mario on Play-Doh or Piano on Bananas? Alligator clip the Internet to Your World. MaKey MaKey is an invention kit for the 21st century. Find out more details at makeymakey.com or watch the video at makeymakey.com. Turn everyday objects into touchpads and combine them with the internet. It’s a simple Invention Kit for Beginners and Experts doing art, engineering, and everything inbetween! If you have a cool project you’ve made with your Makey Makey be sure to send it in to be featured here!
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