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Musical Ping-Pong Challenges Players To Keep A Steady Beat [Video]

Musical Ping-Pong Challenges Players To Keep A Steady Beat [Video]
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Created by David Rinman, Beat Match plays music and graphics triggered by the ball’s movements.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 12 november 2013

Stockholm-based graphic designer and art director David Rinman created an interactive table tennis game called Beat Match that displays graphics and plays music based on the movements of the ball.

The sounds and graphic images follow the tempo and rhythm of the game, so the music stops if one player misses the ball.

Beat Match lets players focus on keeping a steady beat to create a long and good musical composition instead of winning points, not unless they’re competitive and want to play a mean game with lights and sounds to accompany them.

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The clip below shows a demo of the interactive game.

David Rinman

Source: It’s Nice That

Images: David Rinman

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