Tag: playtest

SoundPlay

SoundPlay

From last week’s playtest, we were particularly surprised that the kids were engaged in the game too much that they failed to notice the accompanying sounds. To amplify the play experience, we decided to recreate a different output of the sound system. While researching, we […]

Twister game

Twister game

This week, we step away from our original concept and build a twister game. We use¬†conductive paint paired with Touch Board Starter Kit to produce sound and create interaction for user. The Touch Board had 12-pins that could play different sounds individually when connected. We […]