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Tetris Hack: Amazing 90 Meters Tetris Game!

The MIT’s Green Building recently hosted the world’s largest Tetris game! The 90 meters tall academic and research building was designed by noted architect I. M. Pei, whose window facade suited perfectly for a 17×9 pixel Tetris screen…

Tetris on the MIT Green Building

As The Tech pointed out in a corresponding article, the mysteriously appearing Tetris hack, which was described as The holy grail of hacks was the culmination of over four and a half years of work by an undisclosed number of hackers! The group of hackers used the already installed LED arrays to light up the windows with a variety of colors for the super-sized video game, allowing not just students to play a fully functional game of Tetris on the Green Building!

In my eyes, transforming buildings into massive arcade games is a great way of showing expertise! Those who wanna see more, should check out the 15 meters Space Invader game, Filthy Luker installed in Manchester not long ago.

Tetris Hack: Amazing 90 Meters Tetris Game!

Via popupcity.net.

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  1. grrrreat! :)

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