Threadsteading is a two-player territorial control game for quilting and embroidery machines, designed in collaboration with Disney Research Pittsburgh. In Threadsteading, players take on the role of rival scouting commanders tasked with exploring a map. The embroidery machine sews the physical path that players follow, and when the game ends sews the score. The winner takes home the map. Threadsteading won the Technology Award at the IndieCade Festival in 2016, and has been shown at venues including ACM CHI Interactivity, ACM SIGGRAPH Studio, and Alt.Ctrl.GDC in 2016.
The project website at Disney Research provides more information on the game and a video trailer.