Three MIT students have joined forces to create a massive 6ft tall Tetris game which uses an LED matrix which is then controlled using a pair of Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) controller mats.
The LED lights were fitted into lazer cut acrylic tubes and then attached to a chipboard frame. Watch the 6ft tall Tetris game in action after the jump, might be worth lowering your volume slightly.
If you are a fan of Tetris and fancy building your very own you can download all the instructions from the github social coding website and it will allow either one or two players to play at once.
Credit Leah Alpert & Russell Cohen with Hardware Design Credit Andrew Carlson.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: DIY Projects, Gaming News, Geeky Stuff