Feedback from winter show
I tried to give as little instruction as possible to the guest. (told them that they were supposed to press the buttons.)
-People usually come in pairs or as a group. They usually know each other so it was easy for them to communicate well.
-some of them thought it was meant to be a fighting/racing game.
-some people reached the middle together really fast, some of them spent a lot of time trying to figure out what they had to do in order to get to the middle.
-received a lot of compliments about the choice of the colors and pattern design.
In conclusion I think people had fun playing with it even if some of them never got to the final stage. I had a really good time talking and observing all the guest that came to our Winter Show.
If there was a chance I would try to design better signifiers for the project.
Photos of other projects that I've taken from Winter Show.
Project names from left to right
- One Amongst Many: Connecting Women in Computing by Tina R. , Christina Dacanay
and Shirley Wu
- createPattern(); by Jan Suphitcha
-Lenticular Portals by Aidan Lincoln and Nicole Cabalquinto
-Voice Mirror by Name Atchareeya
-Raching Thoughts by Emily Zhao
-Liiiiiiiiiiight by Ziyu Gao and Nok
-Fireflies by Abby Lee, TianXu and Sam
-Life Vending Machine by Stacy Yuan, TianXu and Monni