Making “Tickets Please”

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Today we completed making “Tickets Please”

It is an Arduino and RFID powered oral history memory game allowing fun interactive exploration of the Edge Hill Archive.

The “Signal Repeater” electronic hub was made by Mycroft Milverton, the game board was designed and made by Jeff Lewis and the game pieces created by Brox Baslow.

“Tickets Please” Will be exhibited as part of the “Your Station” Festival at METAL, Edge Hill Station from 10th to 19th August. Come along and enjoy playing it yourself!

I will be posting again soon with a video of the game in action.

Making “Tickets Please” http://mycroftmilverton.me.uk/memoirs/?p=1643 - 33
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2 Responses to Making “Tickets Please”

  1. Nathan says:

    This looks really great: will you be talking about this at a Maker Night/Ignite any time in the near future? I’d be really interested to hear about how the electronics portion came together.

    • Mycroft says:

      I was planning to come the the Maker Night in Gostins last Wednesday to talk about it.
      Unfortunately I was let down by a faulty brand new staple gun and had to attach the curtain that evening!

      I will bring video footage to the ADA on Wednesday 10th August and talk about it then.
      Unfortunately the game will be part of an exhibition by then so the only way you will get to play is to visit METAL.
      http://www.metalculture.com/liverpool/

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