Moritz Waldemeyer, the designer of the Pong Table, used 2,400 LEDS and two track pads to turn a white Corian table into a digital gaming board. The table re-creates the classic game introduced by Atari in 1972.
Also neat is that with the flick of a switch, the game turns off, allowing you to use the surface for an uninterrupted meal.
It was part of the Design and the Elastic Mind exhibit at the MoMA in NYC. Check out some more from the exhibit:
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