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Escape Room Prop Portfolio

Escape Room Prop Portfolio

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RFID Cabinet

Our RFID system was built into a cabinet.  When 9 props were placed, a door was opened.  This used our FX200 and FX1000 system with single button learning.

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Gear Find and Crank

Most of the gears are removable and hidden around the room. When all the gears are placed, they are turned and a sound is played.  Constructed from steel, aluminum, and wood.

LED Floor Tiles

Created a set of 4 pressure sensitive floor tiles that were LED back lit and then controlled a video player.  They were large, 2ft x 2ft each.  Arduino based.  Created for Steel Owl Productions for use at The Franklin Institute for their escape room.  Constructed from aluminum and plastic.  Video Link.

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Camera, Cash Drawer and RFID

A stock camera was modified for automatic control of the flash.  Our RFID system was then configured to recognize another prop and then open the cash drawer.

Electrical Panel

All the breakers must be in the right position to trigger an effect. Uses the FX300 and other electronics to detect the position. Also controls a spark effect to startle the guest!  Uses a heavily modified real breaker panel

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Target

This custom target was created and when shot with a Nerf gun, it releases a package.  That is our tech photoshoped.  We then placed this graphic on a board and spring loaded hinge.  A FX50, was used to detect the impact of the hit and trigger a solenoid which this delivered a key.

Push Block Message

An engineered array of wood push buttons was constructed and used our FX50 reed switch replacement to detect when 4 specific buttons were pressed. Then a door would open.

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30 RFID Bottles

Our FX1000 and FX200 RFID system was expanded to support 30+ readers.  When all the bottles were properly placed, players were granted access to the next room. Video Link.

Wire Box

Simple wiring prop that required players to properly apply 'jumper cables' to gain an advantage in the game.  Used the FX300 for control. Constructed with electronics and wood.

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Sliding Lincoln

Four FX50sensors were wired together then triggered an audio player and release a mag lock.  The picture frame was mounted on sliding rails then opened to reveal a final puzzle piece. Video Link.

Our roots are as a high-end, product engineering company.  We build and design hard things.  Most of these products involved 3D modeling and/or electronic design beyond many other suppliers. Let us know what we can help with.
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