Better brush up on your Pong skills. Later this month, people will have a shot at playing one of the world's largest video games on the 83,360-square-foot face of a Philadelphia building.
Today we'll chronicle one video game professor's five-year journey to play a game of pong on the side of Philadelphia's 29-story Cira Centre skyscraper. Also, happy 404 day!
A professor who once worked as an aeronautical engineer creates the ultimate ping-pong ball cannon to help students learn about dynamics.
Today we'll chronicle one video game professor's five-year journey to play a game of Pong on the side of Philadelphia's 29-story Cira Centre skyscraper. Also, happy 404 day!
Two Cornell students decide that this is the time for the world to use its brain waves to play Pong. Who can believe it took someone so long to create this?
Promoters use thousands of ping-pong balls, projected lights, and synchronized swimmers to create the ultimate interactive swimming show.
Over the years, almost every technological revolution--and plenty of flops--were first seen at CES. Sortable.com sorts through the showstoppers.
It's been 40 years since the gaming giant created the classic tennis-style video game, and to celebrate, it's launching Pong World for the iPhone and iPad.
Two German design students created a concept for walkers to play against one another while waiting at a crosswalk.
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