LED turns tables into game machines

Ping-pong, roulette projects showcased at gallery

LED roulette table
Moritz Waldemeyer

While companies are making use of LED technology in such products as lamps and watches , it's good to see that some people are applying it to something that really counts: games.

Techie Diva reports that designer/inventor/technologist Moritz Waldemeyer has used LED lights and touchpads to transform ordinary tables into interactive game platforms that are on display at London's Rabih Hage Gallery: "The white table transforms itself into a ping-pong machine at the flick of a switch, while the roulette table (pictured) shows an illuminated map." We hope he'll turn his attention next to video poker.

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