Conductive Ink: A New Paradigm for Interactive Board Games

By | October 11, 2010

Israel’s Kipee makes electrically conductive ink and other technology to transmit information between a physical board game and a TV screen. This eliminates the intermediary step of traditional DVD games that require you to skip around using the DVD remote control when instructed to do so by the game. Iceland’s SagaMedia , who recently produced a successful word game …

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Conductive Ink: A New Paradigm for Interactive Board Games

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