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Hacked Piano Acts As Video Game Controller [Video]

Hacked Piano Acts As Video Game Controller [Video]
Gaming & Play

Fans of the first-person shooter Doom now have a new musical way to play the game.

Ross Brooks
  • 19 september 2013

Doom is a game that has become know as something of a shapeshifter, capable of being played on devices that were never meant to support first-person shooters, like a calculator or an e-ink reader. Instead of modifying the game to be played on a new device, a group from the London Hackspace created a new way to control the game itself.

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