I co-authored a series of activities and games for this large floor installation at The National Museum of Mathematics in New York City. The hardware, designed by a separate group, exposed a simple pressure-tracking interface. On top of that framework, my collaborator and I designed visualizations for various mathematical concepts like fractals and Voronoi diagrams. The challenge was to make abstract concepts beautiful and fun for children.
Later additions to the floor’s lineup included brain-teasing puzzles and games, like a multiplayer take on the classic Sokoban.