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Some of our favourite brands for paper circuits are Chibitronics, Circuit Scribe, and Makey Makey, and copper tape is used extensively in projects for all of these platforms. So what is this magical copper tape?

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For this project, we’ll be using the Makey Makey in a capacitive touch configuration. If you’re not sure how to do this, check out our Makey Makey Capacitive Touch tutorial and set it up, then continue on.

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Makey Makey is the heart of thousands of fun electronics projects at home or in the classroom. In this project, Sam builds a pencil piano with a Makey Makey! While we've drawn a piano, you could use any picture with a similar outcome!

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This Skill Tester DIY project is based on Makey Makey and takes around 10 minutes to put together and you'll have endless fun with it! Customise the challenge and remix it however you like!

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Sam's tips for educators interested with using Makey Makey in the classroom. Makey Makey enables a swathe of creative projects that are perfect for both guided and unguided learning. We explore a few ideas for use in the classroom

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Capacitive touch is our favorite config for Makey Makey - it's simple and enables a world of new project ideas. In this video we show you how to set it up, and why it's generally awesome :) One of the key issues is sensitivity - which Sam explains and is covered in this tutorial

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Sam talks shop about Resistive Touch with Makey Makey. This is the default configuration for Makey Makey and requires a conductive circuit to trigger.

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Makey Makey - making everyday "things" fun! Here is our quick review - while Makey Makey has been around for a while, there is no end to the creative projects that we're seeing within the maker community. We have all flavors of kits ready to ship here in Australia.

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