People tend to live busy lives in the city and often times forget to appreciate and savor the little things in life; the digital arts group ‘Play’ turned a 3,000 square meter screen into a publicly viewable video game monitor.
The denizens of Sao Paulo, Brazil were introduced to a large-scale interactive video game at one of the city’s busy streets. People were able to play classic video games titles such as ‘Pac-man,' ‘Tetris’ and an altered version of ‘Space Invaders’ with the use of an iPad.
With so many things going in the lives of people on a regular basis, it’s large-scale interactive projects such as these that remind people about the mundane joys they can indulge themselves in every once in a while now.
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