Enlighten Therapy is a turn-taking game for two, built as a large-scale interactive installation.
Electronics, sound, plywood
Exhibited: Gallery Gachet
Working with: Judy Cheung
Players build a path that the other player cannot intersect. The game ends when one player cannot make any further moves.
128 two-state LEDs mounted with pressure sensors were distributed in a grid formation built into the floor of the gallery. The game was run off a microcontroller that had states for game start state, play, and game end.