[Lab] make sudoku
jason.cobill at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 11:08:15 EDT 2014
Sudoku's a pretty number-intensive game - you're looking at (at least)
81 numbers (plus a few dozen more if he marks up the board the way I do
when I'm working one out).
Does your friend have good hand-eye coordination? Could you make the
board out of carved laminate whiteboard or painted blackboard?
(Blackboard paint on a light wood might look super swank if you did the
lines with your CNC engraver technique)
On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 10:21 AM, Darcy Whyte <darcy at inventorartist.com>
> 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?
> Darcy Whyte
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