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October 22, 2012 AT 10:50 am

MaKey MaKey + Moleskine Notebook + Graphite Pencil FTW! #makeymakey #makeymakeymonday

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Great kit to get you starting with scrawl-to-click gameplay using a MaKey-MaKey and chunky graphite pencil from Pete Taylor:

I’ve done a bit of experimenting to see what conducts with the aim of making controller doodles in my moleskine notebook. Conductive paint from these guys works – interestingly metalic effect paint and ink doesn’t work (I suspect as the metal is in a suspension).

The easiest and most sketchable I’ve found is using a big chunky graphite pencil like this one KOH-I-NOOR Jumbo Woodless Graphite Pencil 6B available from amazon for a couple of quid.

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