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    Action Story Telling
    Added: Wednesday, January 7th, 2004
    What kind of idea: borrowed
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I've been wanting to make an interactive story for a long time. I knew that graphite could conduct, and that you could use an alligator clip sensor with pencil lines, but it took a long time to put it all together: a drawing, plus alligator clips, plus a sound recorder equals an interactive, story-telling drawing! I made a drawing with a house, barn, factory and city along a road. I tested the sensors to see what value they registrered at each place along the graphite "road", and then Keith helped me record bits of the story on a sound recorder. When you touch the sensor to each of the places, you hear a different part of the story.

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