MIT Students Hack A Building And Play Tetris On it
Have you ever looked at a brightly lit building and said to yourself, “Damn, playing game on a screen like that would be awesome.” I’m guessing not, right? Well, some students from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology did think about it, and then made a building size game of Tetris come to life.
Using their smarts to hack the building, the students were able to access and play a game of Tetris on the side of the Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science building on the college’s campus. Could you imagine the look on some students face’s when they saw a massive “L” shaped Tetris block falling from the side of this building?
Described as “The Holy Grail of hacks” by the MIT Gallery of Hacks group, the game was controlled with a console on the ground, which allowed the students to move, rotate, and drop multi-colored pieces. Check out the video above to see it all in action.
So the question is; what have you done lately that is possibly greater than this? Nothing, that’s what.