[Lab] make sudoku
justin at slootsky.org
Fri Jun 6 10:47:10 EDT 2014
double sided numbers on magnetic material? one colour for fixed, one colour for movable. small bits of embedded metal (screws?) for the magnets to attach to.
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| From: "Michael Ayukawa" <mike.ayukawa at gmail.com>
| To: "Darcy Whyte" <darcy at inventorArtist.com>
| Cc: "Ryan Stec" <lab at artengine.ca>
| Sent: Friday, June 6, 2014 10:43:22 AM
| Subject: Re: [Lab] make sudoku
| the numbers that are “fixed” per a challenge layout could use magnets to keep
| them in place.
| going to need a lot of tiles so a tile holder that organizes them in some way
| would be good.
| On Jun 6, 2014, at 10:21, Darcy Whyte < darcy at inventorArtist.com > wrote:
| | I'm making a sudoku game for a stroke victim. The idea of this project is
| | to
| | have a mental and physical aspect come forward.
| | I guess I could make the board like this (
| | http://inventorartist.com/checkers/ ) except add a third color for the
| | large
| | grid. I could stain the grid before adding it.
| | One possibility for pieces is to laser engrave numbers and cnc the cutouts.
| | Another is to carve the numbers with cnc and paint into the numbers (ouch
| | labor). Thoughts?
| | I don't play myself but I'm supposing it's important to keep track of some
| | permanent number placements (the challenge itself) and the pieces that are
| | being moved around by the player.
| | Any ideas?
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| | Darcy Whyte
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| | Contact: darcy at inventorArtist.com | 613-563-3634 by appointment (no text)
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