Receipt Racer Takes Retail Waste And Makes It Fun

Receipt Racer Takes Retail Waste And Makes It Fun
Arts & Culture

A DIY tech mash-up creates an awesome game that is part gaming console, part recycled machine.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 23 june 2011

Interaction designers Joshua Noble and creative designer ‘undef’ have put together a receipt printer comprised of a PlayStation game pad, and a light beamer to create a DIY racer game aptly named the “Receipt Racer.” The receipt printer prints a randomly generated racetrack, while the user guides a “racer” projected by the lightbeam across the track, avoiding track walls and occasional obstacles. Watch the video demonstration below:

receipt racer from d_effekt on Vimeo.

Receipt Racer

[via Design Bloom]

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