Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddles

After a year of development, design firm Moment Factory has successfully realized GRiD, a large-scale, real-life version of Pong. The game uses LiDAR to track player movements, letting teams of two act as paddles on a giant projected game board... Continue Reading Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddles Category: Games Tags: Game LIDAR Pong Projector Related Articles: LG Minibeam projector line shines bright with battery-powered additions LG unveils its lightest micro LED projector yet New Atlas' 2017 Gift Guide: Projectors Xiaomi brings laser projectors within reach of the masses Xgimi takes on the big players with cheap, wireless, portable projector LG packs its first ever 4K projector for CES 2018

Massive game of Pong uses LiDAR to turn human players into paddles

After a year of development, design firm Moment Factory has successfully realized GRiD, a large-scale, real-life version of Pong. The game uses LiDAR to track player movements, letting ...

Sun 11 Feb 18 from Gizmag

You Just Need A Bigger Pong

Pong was one of the first games I programmed and I've always liked its simplicity, but you can't play it for long. Now make it life sized and that's a very different matter. Read more...

Sun 18 Feb 18 from iProgrammer

This team turned an entire room into a massive four-player game of Pong

 It’s been over 45 years (!) since Pong debuted. At this point, you wouldn’t have a hard time finding someone who grew up playing it. But they probably haven’t played ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from TechCrunch

Play giant-sized 'Pong' by shuffling your feet

You may have seen attempts at real-world Pong before, but rarely have they been so... athletic. Moment Factory has created GRiD, a Pong variant that uses a LiDAR sensor (the same tech ...

Mon 12 Feb 18 from Engadget

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