Skyscraper Transformed Into A Vintage Video Game [Video]
Play Pong on the side of a university building.
We’ve seen amazing light shows on buildings or an entire city skyline, but a gaming professor in Philadelphia takes light shows up several notches by turning a 437-foot tall building into one of the largest video game screens in the world. Dr. Frank Lee, the co-founder and co-director of the Game Design Program at Drexel University, is hosting a Pong tournament on the north face of the Cira Centre to kick off the Philly Tech Week presented by AT&T.
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