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

Nordgreen's Pioneer Watch Blazes A Path For Innovative Danish Wristwear

A celebration of the country's commitment to a sustainable future.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

Neuron EV’s Modular Electric Utility Vehicles Adapt To Suit Any Task

Providing smart solutions for humanity’s increasing transportation qualms.

Posted By

Oct 14, 2019

Featured Image

Nikon Unleashes An Ultralight Blazing-Fast 4K 20.9MP Mirrorless Camera

Offering blistering-fast 209-Point Hybrid AF and a versatile, tilting LCD.

Posted By

Oct 11, 2019

Featured Image

This 2-In-1 Music Pill Combines Wireless Earbuds With A Bluetooth Speaker

Perhaps the ultimate on-the-go audio duo.

Posted By

Oct 10, 2019

Featured Image

This High-Tech Haptic 3D-Printed Bionic Arm Is Fully Customizable

Affordable, medically-certified prosthetic that can lift 17 pounds.

Posted By

Oct 10, 2019

Featured Image

Tile’s Sticker Is A Tiny Waterproof Tracking Device You Can Attach Anywhere

A range of 150 feet and 3 years of battery life.

Posted By

Oct 9, 2019