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Daniele Hopkins & Kyle Duffield

Laser Equipped Annihilation Protocol

Laser Equipped Annihilation Protocol (The L.E.A.P. Engine) is a live-action gaming environment that explores the personality of a snarky and mysterious game sentience who has infected a room with technological systems that challenge players and collect data. With a limited amount of time, the player must pass through a complicated series of changing and alternating laser patterns without tripping any of the lasers in order to deactivate the system and win the game. If the player trips a laser or if the timer runs out, it’s game over. The L.E.A.P. Engine uses Max 6, Max For Live, an Arduino Mega 2560 R3 and custom electronic circuits. Project was featured in: Hamilton Super Crawl at The Factory Media Centre (September 12 - September 14, 2014). Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014 at Site 3 CoLaboratory (October 4 - 5, 2014).


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Laser Equipped Annihilation Protocol Game
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Andrew Carvalho playing The L.E.A.P. Engine at Bento Miso for the Dames Making Games Feb Fatale: Killer Interfaces Fundraiser
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Laser Equipped Annihilation Protocol Documentation Video

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