[Lab] MaKeyMaKey

j ross waterfallclose at gmail.com
Mon Jun 17 23:20:49 EDT 2013

Just noticed that you can use up to 18 keys from one makey makey (12 extra
on the back) and you can reprogram the keys in the settings.h file of the
sketch to connect more than one at a time.  Too easy. :)

On Jun 17, 2013 11:06 PM, "j ross" <waterfallclose at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Mike,
> I see from the makey makey web site that the device is arduino based so
> very hackable.  Reprogramming the keys should be fairly straightforward for
> arduino users (assuming we can get the sketch). That might allow more than
> one at a time.
> Also it seems to be a simple keyboard and mouse hid so you should be able
> to use it as input for processing.js or scratch creations.  That would be
> fun!
> Can you bring it in to modlab this week? Maybe we could hack some
> processing/scratch stuff.
> Cheers,
> Jeff
> On Jun 17, 2013 9:29 PM, "Mike Gifford" <mike at openconcept.ca> wrote:
>> Hey folks,
>> I've bought a MaKeyMaKey after watching:
>> http://www.ted.com/talks/jay_silver_hack_a_banana_make_a_keyboard.html
>> It's quite fun to be able to make a banana musical keyboard.
>> I've got it almost rigged on my steps, but haven't made musical stars yet.
>> I don't know if you'd be able to hook up two, since as far as I've been
>> able to tell there are only 6 controls per device and they are for set keys.
>> Arrow keys, click & space. I don't think you can combine them, but could
>> well be wrong about that.
>> Another potential issue is that the examples are all tied to flash.  I'd
>> really prefer if they were tied to HTML5/JS controls that would be more
>> programable.  That could be just the examples that were provided.  They
>> seem to affect a text editor too.
>> Certainly think there's application though to do more with it.
>> Mike
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