6/27/12 TGS--With Special Guest Star Jay Silver of MIT, Inventor of Makey Makey!

Jay Silver is the co-inventor of the amazing MaKey MaKey
along with the also highly inventive Eric Rosenbaum. 
Well, tonight's the night.  And it's a perfect night for it.

So many of you were thrilled with the appearance of Jay Silver, we're re-broadcasting it.  And, it's on a night where technology and exploration will go bonkers on The Tom Gulley Show.

I'll experiment with my new camera software.  The picture still ain't where it needs to be, but the effects are!!!

Here's more about Jay, and to get Makey Makey for your kids, or yourself ya big lug--AND I HIGHLY SUGGEST YOU DO, go to MaKeyMaKey.com.

Watch live video from The Tom Gulley Show LIVE! on Justin.tv Jay Saul Silver is a PhD student at MIT Media Lab where he won a Lemelson Award. He works for Intel Labs "Interaction Experience Research" group helping them develop a Maker Culture. Time named one of his inventions “Top 15 Toys for Young Geniuses,” and he has put out many creative platforms including Drawdio, Singing Fingers, and Scratch, collectively in the hands of millions. Jay has given talks at TEDx Sacramento, TEDx Santa Cruz, and TEDx Amherst. He has exhibited internationally at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Exploratorium, Ars Electronica, etc. He also runs digital prototyping workshops for many companies such as IDEO, LEGO, and Intel.

Jay studied electrical engineering at Georgia Tech where he was named Engineer of the Year. He was awarded a Gates Scholarship to earn a master’s in Internet Technology from Cambridge University. He also holds a master’s in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT Media Lab where he invented “Camera for the Invisible.” 

Jay has faith that being a romantic is of the utmost importance. Some other names for romance are: spontaneity, silliness, civil disobedience, oneness, empathy…

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