Christina Carter
Jess Jiyoung Jung


Chopsticking Challenge - can you pick up more sushi than your friend?

Introduction to Physical Computing

A two player board game designed to test and improve one\'s chopsticks skills. At the start of each game, the sushi bowl (ie game board) will spin, providing access to the sushi pieces inside the bowl. Each player must dip each piece of sushi in the \"soy sauce\" dish (RFID reader), and then put them on their \"sushi plate\" in order to have the points count to their score. The player with the most points wins the game. In addition, there is a separate score representing the players\' chopsticking skills. The score is calculated by how accurately the player holds the chopsticks relative to the finger markings on the chopsticks. The purpose of the chopsticking score is to help players improve their chopsticking skills.