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Video Game Maps Players’ Moves On A Real-Time, Interactive Wall

Video Game Maps Players’ Moves On A Real-Time, Interactive Wall
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Lunar Trails is an installation that lets you play the 1979 game Lunar Lander and sketches the path you take.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 december 2012

Creative coder Seb Lee-Delisle’s Lunar Trails is an interactive installation that lets you play the 1979 arcade game Lunar Lander. Commissioned by the Dublin Science Gallery for their GAME exhibition, which runs from November 2012 to January 2013, the installation sketches the path you take in the game on the wall with a large drawing robot.

Video Game Maps Players’ Moves On An Interactive Wall Behind Them As They Play

As each person plays the game a bit differently, the trails build up to produce artworks created by the players, which reflect their individual journeys to the surface of the moon. You can see Lunar Trails in the video below:

Lunar Trails

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