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System assembly design and storyboard comments

Reviewer 2:

comments provided on Carolyn Sheline's review form
This seems really fun, although, I hope there's something to make the base move slower, as it could be quite dangerous if moves quickly and jarringly.


Reviewer 3:

comments provided on Carolyn Sheline's review form
Is there something that ensures that the players stand on the platform to move it? I could see players just standing around the platform and moving it with their hands because they would have more control this way.


Reviewer 4:

comments provided on Emily Hanhauser's review form
I really love this concept of driving the spaceship using the stabilizer. Looking at the storyboard and the various designs, I get the impression that the room would be very dimly lit so that the constellations would really stand out in the darkness. However, I'm not so sure if that is possible with the open roof with lots of ambient light coming in.

If the constellations of stars above doesn't work out, you can always have a screen showing the spacecraft traveling through space and they have to figure out how to navigate it.


Reviewer 5:

comments provided on Emily Hanhauser's review form
It seems like a fun room!


Reviewer 6:

comments provided on Emily Hanhauser's review form
Great idea - looking forward to testing it out soon!


Reviewer 7:

comments provided on Haluk Akay's review form
The system assembly is very comprehensive in the sense that different important concepts are explored and looked into depth. The storyboard provides a good understanding of the overall background and task set up in the room. A slight improvement might be a digital version of the storyboard.


Reviewer 8:

comments provided on Haluk Akay's review form
The game seems fun and challenging. Have you tried putting 5 people on the stabilizer? Might get cramped, but idk.


Reviewer 9:

comments provided on Haluk Akay's review form
Simply, I think this room looks like a blast (pun only partially intended). It scales well to differently sized teams, offers a novel experience, and has a well integrated story.


Reviewer 10:

comments provided on Michael Arnold's review form
I think this is a great concept. The combination of a tilting platform and trying to shine light on different stars makes this a fun and engaging experience. In order to have the stabilizing base work, your team would have to build the floor so the stabilizer can rest on something without tilting. This may take some time, but seems doable.


Reviewer 11:

comments provided on Michael Arnold's review form
I like that this is a team effort and involves everyone to get on board to play. I like also that it is very physical and requires people to move and communicate with each other. I think that it will be very fun to play as well as challenging. I also just wonder how you plan to integrate the counter moving part and how this will increase the challenge.


Reviewer 12:

comments provided on Sami Yamani's review form
My only concern is the pinch danger of the moving platform - how will you avoid people getting injured?


Reviewer 13:

comments provided on Sami Yamani's review form
I really like this storyboard idea! It seems like a fun game that will involve all players of the team, no matter the team size. I'd suggest doing some user testing to see how feasible it is to hit all the lights by balancing the platform, because I'm not sure the platform spinning is necessary. It seems like it is already enough of a challenge to coordinate balancing the platform and then hitting all the lights in order.

Really cool idea though!


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comments provided on Sami Yamani's review form
I really love the game play idea, I think it will be very fun and exciting. Is there a reason why you picked a beach as the final destination? I am not sure that it fits in the story line/theme. Maybe it would make more sense if the final image they see of reaching their destination is seeing earth from above, or maybe landing on the moon or something that is still space related.