It’s been over 45 years (!) since Pong debuted. At this point, you wouldn’t have a hard time finding someone who grew up playing it.
But they probably haven’t played it like this.
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The game starts off like Pong as you know it, with a ball whizzing back and forth across the 40×60 play space. As you volley it to and fro, however, challenges are thrown in: the ball speeds up, splits in two, the ball grows/shrinks in size, etc.
Visuals are projected onto the floor from above, with a LIDAR sensor (that big spinning can you’ll see strapped onto self-driving cars) detecting where players are within a space.
So, where can you play it yourself? Unfortunately, probably… nowhere, at this point. While Moment Factory demonstrated it publicly at a video mapping convention in Montreal, it