Huge Snake game

Lights of the dormitory of the Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland) were changed by students into one big screen, showing the video game Snake.

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1. mrcina00 6 years ago


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2. barf 6 years ago

Tetris and a simple shoot'em up were done by some students of the Tampere University of Technology in Finland. I wonder why they didn't come up with the snake... After all, Finns were the first ones to put the snake game on a cell phone and all :D

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3. kittxx 6 years ago

Bravo Poljaki, noro!

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4. Raksi 6 years ago

Not bad...not bad...

In October, 2005 students of the Schonherz Dormitory , Hungary turned them building into a big dot matrix display for the third time - now with music. :

And No, I'm not a spambot!

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5. Mix 6 years ago

you need timing for that:|and communication ofcourse;) nice...

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6. Patriot 6 years ago

awesome ... all i can do is SOS with my window lol

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7. regata4 6 years ago

coooool :)

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8. Blaine 6 years ago

Thrash911, same uni did Tetris, Knight Rider and some more. I don't know if they were first to do it, it was nice tho.

Btw, link for in description is wrong, good one here:

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9. AMERICANandPROUD 6 years ago

This was cool! I'm guessing the lights were computer controlled by connections to the circuit breaker box? Anyone know for sure? I think it would be impossible for this to be done manually by people turning the room lights off and on themselves. Anyway, someone has a good imagination and talent.

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10. BombDiggady 6 years ago


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11. foozwan 6 years ago

That is just awesome!

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12. nooitaf (admin) 6 years ago

i guess those guys where the first...

Celebrating its 20th anniversary the Chaos Computer Club has made a special present to itself and the city of Berlin. From September 12th, 2001 to February 23rd, 2002, the famous "Haus des Lehrers" (house of the teacher) office building at Berlin Alexanderplatz has been enhanced to become world's biggest interactive computer display, called Blinkenlights. i think they played pong on there.
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if you like that stuff you should check out Lasertagging, too! Here they use a highpowered laser, a macbook and a beamer to draw with the laser on a big building in rotterdam i guess...

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13. Hellion1982 4 years ago

Wow. I'm impressed. They must have practiced like mad to get this right.