When we noticed the huge amount of sketches that were being archived at school, we thought we could give some magic and life to the sketches. And we did exactly that..
What it does
It allows you to upload any of your favourite sketches or doodles and turns it into a fun game whose rules are governed by your sketch alone.
How we built it
We used Python's OpenCV, numPy libraries to convert the picture to a pixellated form that could be converted to a game and used a Unity WebGL build to run the game. The entire application is built using NodeJS. It also uses Google's firebase as a database to ensure sharing can be done.
Challenges we ran into
Accomplishments that we're proud of
We are proud that even after these challenges, we could complete the project and ensure perfect linking of all these project components.
What we learned
We learnt a lot about establishing contact between different workspaces and frameworks. We also learnt how we can use Firebase as a simple database. Overall, we had a lot of fun playing our own game. ;)
What's next for SnapEnPlay
We plan to create an Android app based on same concept and improve the web version further with a better interface. We also plan to improve the game's visual effects further and to establish sign-in so that people can access their previously created maps.