You can grab your MaKey MaKey here!

The MaKey MaKey turns everyday objects into touchpads and combines them with computer programs and the internet. It's a simple Invention Kit for Beginners and Experts doing art, engineering, and everything in-between.

Bringing MaKey MaKey into the littleBits library enables interactions that weren't before possible in either product. Now, you can trigger your littleBits modules with everyday objects or use littleBits modules to trigger events in your computer, or a combination of both. It makes inventing even easier and more fun.

The module connects to a computer through a micro USB cable and has three MaKey MaKey inputs which are mapped to left arrow, right arrow, and space bar/mouse click (depending on how you set the switch). Each one of these key inputs can be controlled by littleBits modules like motion triggers or light sensors. The MaKey MaKey inputs are also connected to littleBits outputs so you can use a banana to control an oscillator or a glass of water to move a servo motor.

To see awesome examples of the original MaKey MaKey in use, go to

  • Comments (35)
  • mattgrimaldi over 1 year ago

    Looks like fun! Is there more information soon? The "" site only shows: "...pageok..." Pricing? What software does one use? Can I use vvvv? Cheers!

  • MaxZ over 1 year ago

    I can't seam to click the reserve button after login in (Firefox). Please put down a reservaton for MaxZ


  • jordan krishnayah over 1 year ago

    i like it if there is a voting i would vote a lot

    • Soniarozer about 1 year ago

      I got little bits as a christmas present, and ever since i found out about scratch, code, and tnkr, ive been trying to do lots of things w/ my spare time. :D your module is very inspiring and with todays technology i was even able to make my own vertion of flappybird!

  • Andrew_littleBits over 1 year ago

    Hey @MaxZ - we just fixed an issue with the reserve button. It should be working now! Let us know if you run into any other issues.

  • rhaas over 1 year ago

    This is pretty great. Very interested in getting one in my classroom to use.

  • ShawnPatrickHiggins over 1 year ago

    Yeaaaaaaaahhh fusion of things i like!

  • ShawnPatrickHiggins over 1 year ago

    Yeaaaaaaaahhh fusion of things i like!

  • ironlion over 1 year ago

    i really like this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!lol

  • Ethan G over 1 year ago

    So awesome!!!!

  • Ethan G over 1 year ago

    I have the smart home kit so I don't have the fork. Does it come with the module or do I have to get it separately?

  • graymaynard over 1 year ago

    Woww super geeek

  • jamescolison over 1 year ago

    this is nice

  • jamescolison over 1 year ago

    great work

  • jameikrover over 1 year ago

    this is awesome

  • jameikrover over 1 year ago

    awesome stuff

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  • alexacanbura123 about 1 year ago

    nice stuff

  • philipmcnabb about 1 year ago

    Impressive :-)

  • micafranco about 1 year ago

    Like it

  • janefan100 about 1 year ago

    When IS this thing going to come out???

  • isoliprince about 1 year ago

    Wonderful work!

  • fredjames about 1 year ago

    Fantastic, it works beautifully

  • jomastyre12 about 1 year ago

    Waiting for this to come out

  • juanbell about 1 year ago


  • earlcollins about 1 year ago

    I really like it

  • Jazzken about 1 year ago

    That is really wonderul

  • jasskr7 about 1 year ago

    Banana based model.its really a new thing to share

  • RosieKr about 1 year ago

    Interesting project

  • jarodfoley about 1 year ago

    Hats off for your work..

  • SunnyMessi about 1 year ago


  • nicholassscott about 1 year ago

    Nice work.. Impressive

  • alanperez 11 months ago

    Very impressive.. Really good

  • mgs138 8 months ago

    Can you use the regular MaKey Makey with this?

  • lukebit 6 months ago


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