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MIT DDR Tetris on 6' LED Matrix

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Uploaded on Sep 15, 2011

Tetris installation controlled by DDR Mats. Color Kinetic LEDs in laser cut acrylic tubes set in chip-board matrix. Code at https://github.com/rcoh/Burton-Conner... [credit Leah Alpert & Russell Cohen]. Hardware Design Credit Andrew Carlson.

Tetris info:
If one player clear two or more lines at once, one less than that number of lines appears on the bottom of the other player's board. The bottom row of each board displays each player's score (number of rows cleared) in binary. The row above that shows the level on the left, and time left on the right (one white dot per minute remaining). If neither player dies within the time limit, the player with the higher score wins.

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