Author Topic: Free MaKey MaKey AT workshop on April 20th at 7PM on Google Hangouts!  (Read 3866 times)

zenwebb

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This Sunday (April 20th) at 7PM I will be hosting a live Google Hangout On-Air to guide people through the process of designing, making and testing their own customized, low-cost computer access interfaces for individuals with disabilities using the MaKey MaKey.

The workshop is totally free to watch and participate in, and will be recorded to YouTube for future viewing. I've seen that Hangouts can be really buggy, so if just want to watch please consider hopping onto the YouTube stream rather than the actual live Hangout.

I will be joined by MaKey MaKey co-inventor and co-founder Eric Rosenbaum, so you have questions or just want to hang out, you will be in great company!

Here are some links you may need to participate:


I will essentially going through the content of an Instructable I put out last week This workshop will kind of serve as a additional way to learn about the same content in the Instructable, which you can find here: http://www.instructables.com/id/Use-the-MaKey-MaKey-to-make-DIY-assistive-technolo/

If you have a MaKey MaKey and want to make something with me live, please grab some cardboard and aluminum foil and join the Hangout directly! I hope to see you there!
Jason Webb
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Re: Free MaKey MaKey AT workshop on April 20th at 7PM on Google Hangouts!
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2014, 06:48:44 PM »
Awesome! This will be great!

Is it 7PM PST?

zenwebb

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Re: Free MaKey MaKey AT workshop on April 20th at 7PM on Google Hangouts!
« Reply #2 on: April 18, 2014, 10:44:39 PM »
It is 7PM CST, which would be 5PM PST. In case I am wrong about the conversion, check out the G+ event, and it should automatically show you the time in your time zone: https://plus.google.com/events/c77taclhsnkf7rqkp4amcf1ht0s
Jason Webb
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