The Factory: Makey Makey (using Scratch)

 

The MaKey MaKey is a collaborative project between Jay Silver and Eric Rosenbaum of the MIT Media Lab, and us here at SparkFun Electronics. It’s an invention kit that encourages people to find creative ways to interact with their computers, by using every day objects as a replacement for keyboards and mice. With the MaKey MaKey, you could replace your space key with a banana, use play-doh to move and click your mouse, or high-five your best friend to advance PowerPoint slides. In this workshop we will take a Makey makey and use a basic programming language called Scratch to develop a program to show the potential of using makey makey to invent and learn.

Date: October 9th

Time: 2 PM

Location: Willis 138

Seats Available: 8

**Registration is not required, but due to limited seating it is recommended. To register, send an email to factory.registration@unt.edu

Where:
Willis 138

When:
Monday, October 9, 2017 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

How much:
Free

Sponsor:
The Factory

Event open to:
Open to the public

Website:
http://guides.library.unt.edu/factory

Contacts:
Judy Hunter
thefactory@unt.edu
940-369-5259