First unveiled at Ars Electronica 2003, “Teleklettergarten” is claimed to be the world’s largest keyboard — basically “an indoor climbing wall like the ones used by Alpinists to train for a vertical ascent, connected to a monitor.” Video (German) after the jump.

Visitors go through a trainee program to learn software development skills. Programmers and climbers work collaboratively in an oversized programming environment

(Thanks, Zipped)

First unveiled at Ars Electronica 2003, “Teleklettergarten” is claimed to be the world’s largest keyboard — basically “an indoor climbing wall like the ones used by Alpinists to train for a vertical ascent, connected to a monitor.” Video (German) after the jump.

Visitors go through a trainee program to learn software development skills. Programmers and climbers work collaboratively in an oversized programming environment

(Thanks, Zipped)