A gamepad isn’t the only accessory you can use to play Pong. These five examples have taken creativity to a whole new level. Which one do you like best?
The Pong Dress
White LEDs shine through the dress’s black front, and players play on a 5×7 LED screen woven right into the dress. Apparently, two pixels go up and down as rackets to the left and right along the waist. The score is then displayed at chest level
Wii-motes are used to play a custom Flash-based Pong game on a PC. The angle of pitch determines the direction and speed of the paddle
The game is based upon the classic game of Pong. The oject is to keep a ball in the playing field by blocking it with your paddle. NetPong has expanded the original by alowing up to four player to play in a single game. Each player kit must be built using digital logic. The four players kits are connected via serial connections to a central hub (which the students also build)
Atari’s Pong Wall
Concretely, Flashlight Pong should be playable in the input area on the display installed