Analog Atari Pong Table

May 31, 2016

Category: Tech

Thanks to the hard work of some guys down in Uruguay, the classic Attari game is being reborn in physical form. Like the world of Tron, this arcade game has made its way back as a striking combination of the analogue and digital worlds.

There is something both ridiculous and undeniably cool about this project. One of the first widely popular video games made an analogue game digital, and now nearly forty years later it’s being made physical once more. Over the past two years, a team of amateur tinkerers and craftsman have come together to incrementally improve on this Table Pong Project in their free time and have finally arrived at a working prototype. Both the paddles and cubed ball move as if not attached to anything, while the surface of the table features the same minimalist black and white design the original did. Who knows what the licensing would look like on something like this – but if this crew ever ends up selling their Pong table, we want one.

Analog Pong 4

Analog Pong 2

Analog Pong 3

More From Tech

This Dual-Screen FHD Laptop Was Made For On-The-Go Gaming

Lightweight, powerful, and made to dominate the digital battlefield.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner

Dango's TK-01 TREK Brings Modularity To The Modern Field Watch

This adaptable timepiece changes the game for utilitarian wearers.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

This Innovative Buoy Creates A 26′ Safe Zone That Wards Off Sharks

Protects from sea-faring predators without harming them.

Posted By

Aug 22, 2019

Featured Image

These Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Live Translate Group Discussions

Bluetooth connectivity, touch controls, and 9 hours per charge.

Posted By

Aug 21, 2019

Featured Image

Segway’s Smart Electric Scooter Has Built-In AI Driver Assistance

A self-driving three-wheeled city commuter.

Posted By

Aug 21, 2019

Featured Image

This Groundbreaking FHD Gaming Laptop Has Dual Displays

High-powered folding computer built for on-the-go video gamers.

Posted By

Aug 21, 2019