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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