Art.CHI 2017

Interactive Media Works

A CHI2017 Exhibition


eBee provides opportunities for rich, emergent gameplay, while teaching players principles of electricity.

eBee is a strategic board game that merges quilting, e-textiles and game design to bridge the gender, ethnic and generation gap in electronics. The game revolves around placing quilted tiles embedded with conductive fabric on a hexagonal grid. The goal is to complete a circuit by laying a path of conductive fabric between a centralized hub or power source, and satellite islands that illuminate when the circuit is completed.

Celia Pearce, Gillian Smith
Associate Professors of Game Design, Northeastern University

Jeanie Choi
Interdisciplinary MFA Student, Northeastern University

Isabella Carlsson
Undergraduate, Northeastern University