[Lab] [Bulk] chess board

Ken McKinnon klmckinnon at rogers.com
Sat May 24 07:21:41 EDT 2014

If your thinking an art project where multiple people make a move 
asynchronously, then yes, a black/white indicator is probably the 
simpliest way...thinking arrow with something like..."Your Move". If it 
is a private asynchronous game then an encoded scheme is needed to 
prevent interference.


On 2014-05-23 8:24 PM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
> I'm making a chess board that can hang on the wall like a painting.
> I figure people will play games asynchronously (not present at the 
> same time).
> So I'm looking for a way of showing an indicator of who's turn it is.
> http://inventorartist.com/hanging-chess/
> Any ideas? I was thinking of an arrow that you can turn and it points 
> to the color who's move it is next.
> Any other ideas?
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