Mary Mack 5000 is a fast-paced, competitive, technologically enhanced twist on the classic schoolyard hand clapping game. One team plays at a time, and each team consists of 2 players facing each other clapping. There are 3 songs, 1 song per level, which become increasingly more challenging when cleared. The score is based on the accuracy and the timing of the claps using conductive contact sensors on gloves with additional sensors for the shoulders and thighs on a vest. Once a level is finished, a score will be presented with the opportunity to move on to the next level if the score is good enough.

Created by: Kaho Abe & Lina Fenequito

Stuff used:
-contact sensors

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