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Interactive Gaming Tee Shirt – Pong Experiment

Pong Experiment is a game of Pong for two players. It is played with two paddle controllers similar to the Atari 2600 ones but displayed on LEDs sewed…

Drunk-Man (or Arak Man)

A physical interface for Pac-Man that turns the single-player arcade classic into a cooperative drinking game for 4-5 players. Each player is assigned to a direction (up/down/left/right), and should…

Hug Gods

A physical interface for Bennett Foddy’s Sun God made of two shirts. The idea was to complement the erotic core of the game by having players embrace each…

Game & Watch

This installation is probably the biggest Game & Watch in the World. Instead of pushing buttons, the player has to run on the marked spot to move his…

The Itagaki Interface

In their performance, Daniele Hopkins and Kyle Duffield use their own bodies to challenge exaggerated representations of the human body in the fighting game, Dead or Alive (PS1),…

UnoJoy x Assassin’s Creed

UnoJoy x Assassin’s Creed is a custom made stabbing controller for Assassin’s Creed. It has one thumb stick to walk around, and a retractable blade to stab enemies…

Minecraft VR Simulator

As its name suggests, this is a Minecraft virtual-reality simulator. It is played with an Oculus Rift running Minecraft and a cardboard Minecraft sword with sensors and arduinos….

Rube Goldberg Lauf der Dinge Electronic Circuit Feedback Machine

The installation couples a number of computer games, controllers and physical artifacts into a self playing machine. The project expands upon Paidia Laboratory: Feedback realizing a Rube Goldberg…

Life Sequencer

Life Sequencer is a game in the Illucia suite – it uses falling Tetris blocks to build step sequencer patterns (it is also remixable by Conway’s Game of…

Super Mario Spacetime Organ

Super Mario Spacetime Organ is a Super Mario Brothers ROM played and live-glitched with a Soundplane (multitouch surface instrument) and an illucia (patchable videogame system). The X-axis of…

Paidia Laboratory: Feedback

Paidia Laboratory: Feedback is an ongoing series of games playing themselves through controller modifications. It examines computer games as closed feedback systems, as servomechanisms or control chains that…

Patch&KO

Patch&KO is a mix between Street Fighter 2 and a Pachinko. Players drop metal marbles at the top, and the rails they touch trigger the fighters’ movements on…

PainStation

PainStation is a two-person console that dishes out physical pain to unsuccessful players. It comprises a box structure housing a horizontal screen over which the two players face…

The Legshocker

The Legshocker is an alternative controller built for the PlayStation 2 and designed to play EA Sport’s FIFA 2002 and FIFA World Cup 2002. The game is played…

MadNES

MadNES is a modified Nintendo NES+screen hung to the ceiling. Here, the games aren’t played with a controller, but by manipulating the screen itself. The physical implication thus…

Pentapong

Pentapong is a Pong arcade machine, except it is made for 5 players and thus has five sides. In this version of Pong, the players are able to…

Hyper Olympic

Hyper Olympic is a device designed to play the 1983 Konami arcade game Track & Field, especially the 100m race. Usually, this mini-game is played by moving the…

Super

Super redraws most of video game genres (beat them all, race, puzzle, rpg, platform, etc.). Although the controllers are different, the player or players must fend for themselves….

Rhetoric can break bricks

Rhetoric can break bricks is a version of Tetris played with a vintage phone where you can use speech commands to move pieces. Basic commands are Left, Right,…

Doom Piano

A piano that plays the game of Doom while still being a piano. Different sections of the white keys control the different directions while the black keys are…