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“eBee is a really good example of this,” Lapan said. “It’s this crossover game, almost. With eBee really incorporating this quilting technique in addition to the circuitry, it’s really cool. It’s really cool, it’s everything we want in the analog-to-digital discussion we’re trying to have.”
The game currently exists as a prototype, but the team is looking into developing the game further, both through mass-production and using it as an educational game at museums.
“Bringing quilting and game design together is interesting because it brings two stereotypically very different demographics together,” Smith said. “Quilting is seen as a very feminine craft, a lot of people who are in it are older women, it’s an intergenerational activity; whereas game design, at least stereotypically, is seen as more for sort of young men.”
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