Do Re Mi is an interactive installation game aimed at teaching children ranging from ages 6 to 9 about their major music scale.Learning the musical scale through just rote memorization and repetition can be boring and is outdated with all the technology we have today, so this game is a solution. The object of the game is to touch the corresponding note on the bored before time runs out in order to stay in the game. Each round randomly generates a new grid of notes and also randomly chooses a note to play for the round. This piece not only aims to help children become familiar with the individual notes but also with how the notes relate to each other on a relative scale, through coming up with their own strategies for playing the game. With this method of learning, rather than just outright memorization, participants begin to get a much more personal understanding of the scale and relative distances of the notes.
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