Twister game

This week, we step away from our original concept and build a twister game. We use conductive paint paired with Touch Board to produce sound and create interaction for user.

The Touch Board had 12-pins that could play different sounds individually when connected. We gathered some sample sounds and tested them with alligator clips. After getting it to work, we decided it’s time to scale it up.

We purposely make it thicker thinking it would provide more conductivity. Unfortunately, after checking the documentation, we found out that the thicker the lines the more likely it is to create resistance value.

We went back on using conductive tape.

We also create another iteration for this, by creating a game that challenge kids’ memory skills, have them remember the sequence of the colors and tap them accordingly.