At first, we weren’t quite sure what it was or how it worked, then we watched the video and it all makes sense now.  MaKey MaKey ($40) is an “invention kit for everyone” that let’s you hack hardware to create fun and crazy inventions.  Created by two MIT graduates, the MaKey Makey uses alligator clips to simulate keystrokes, which turns just about any object in to a user interface.  Now you can make banana pianos, DDR water buckets, arm guitars, Play-Doh controllers, and anything else you might be able to come up with. Brilliant

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