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Using your banana as a keyboard and jumping up and down your stairs to play musical notes. The dream has become a reality.

A couple of playful science graduates in the USA have come up with a cunning device that turns pretty much anything you care to think of into a device for controlling your computer.

Our favourite bit of zany madness is the Dance Dance Revolution game attached to tubs of water. Now we all know water and electricity don't mix but these eccentrics seem to throw caution to the wind.

The 'MaKey-MaKey' device works on pretty much anything via crocodile clips and wires. Don't ask us how, it must be some kind of black magic.

“We believe that everyone is creative, inventive and imaginative...so we have dedicated our lives to making easy-to-use invention kits.” said Jaye and Eric who've recently graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Check out the fun video below...


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Video: Makey Makey tech duo invent banana keyboard - science is awesome
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