The start of our stack, located at Omar's door. It features a painting by Giao.
The first task in the stack, designed by me, was to remotely pilot a robot through the corridors of a building on campus. The robot is controlled only by a Nintendo PowerGlove, a relic from the 80's which was used as a 3D input device for the old 8-bit Nintendo system. Live video from the robot's point of view is transmitted to a screen located in the hallway of Page, seen here.
Here's a close up view of the screen. This picture was taken early in the morning before waking up the underclassmen. Everything is ready to go.
A close up view of the robot before taking it over to the building where it would be remotely controlled.
Nate's door was painted with a suggestive Georgia O'Keefe painting by Helen. It was the end point of the stack.
The gang prepares to leave campus at 8am. Any senior found on campus after the cannon goes off gets duct-taped to a tree.
These remaining pictures were taken by the underclassmen as they worked on the stack. Here, they examine the first clue at the stack's beginning.
After completing the task with the robot, they talk to a reporter. Note that a clue, "Go to SAC 8" is revealed on the screen which has been located by the robot.
Upon reaching SAC 8, the stackers are greeted by a room full of balloons, which must all be popped to get the next clue.
Popping in progress.
The popped balloons contained puzzle pieces, which must be assembled to get the next clue.
The finished puzzles give the destination for next task.
The stackers dig at the instructed position.
The next clue leads them to the pool, where they must destroy a concrete block sunk to the bottom. Here, the block has been pulled from the pool.
The stackers await a singing chicken, who will give them the next clue.
The singing chicken appears, and sings the clue. The stackers are instructed to beat up the chicken with sofa cushions at the end.
On the roof of Bridge for the next clue. There were several more tasks after this one, but they got tired of taking pictures.