modular electronic game prototype by Tuomo Tammenpää and Daniel Blackburn

Friday, October 14, 2005

Tiletoy Independence



This might just look like yet another post involving Tiletoys and triangles. But these triangles are different. Instead of being controlled by a computer the tile displaying the number of active connections is now acting as the server. It processes the data received from the tiles and tells them what do display. Which in this case happens to be more triangles. I promise something more interesting than triangles next time. But for now check out the video below for more triangular goodness.

Connections video

6 Comments:

Blogger Raymond said...

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5:29 pm

 
Blogger Audhra said...

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12:58 pm

 
Blogger E-A said...

Hey, nice blog! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

Check out my ascii site if you have time: www.ascii.ws

Have Fun.

7:26 pm

 
Blogger olafval said...

Hey! I planned the same thing, but couldn’t find the time to realise it! Tyne Tilelooks very nice to me. Super!

Check out my “Display” and my “GameBlox” projects. (Sorry, there are only German texts in the web up to now (only the pdf)).

Did you see?
"BlockJam" --> http://www.vector-scan.com
"DigitalCube" --> "http://www.aec.at/de/archives/center_projekt_ausgabe.asp?iProjectID=10931

9:06 am

 
Blogger Baldur Jóhannsson said...

I wonder if you could use
serial communication over induction loops (replaceing the magnets and reed switches) instead of serial radio link?

11:46 pm

 
Blogger Tuomo said...

We wondered that too, and possibly using induction for charging the batteries. If you have more knowledge on using induction for serial communication, we appreciate any info on that.

9:09 am

 

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