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WhiteBoard Pong

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ENESS, a 3D software development firm from Melbourne, Australia, demonstrates their WhiteBoard Pong, which utilizes their physics engine in a game of Pong (which we now call “tennis” in today’s video game world). In a nutshell, a computer is used to detect the “black stripes” which sets up the playing area/level. The physics engine then powers the light (ball) to create the classic game of Pong, keeping within the constraints of the level. Video after the jump.

I need one of these in the office…

Via: Neatorama

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