For those fortunate enough to have purchased a Pong Clock before its creator received the C&D from Atari, they are now shipping — according to Kotaku editor Brian Crecente — and will arrive in 3-5 weeks. Just a quick refresher, the score shown on the left and right sides correspond to the time of day. A continuous random game of Pong is played by the clock every 24 hours. Video demonstration after the jump.

…Atari had lawyered up and threatened to sue them. The two managed to work out a deal that allowed BV to produce exactly 400 of the clocks under a limited license agreement

[via Kotaku]

For those fortunate enough to have purchased a Pong Clock before its creator received the C&D from Atari, they are now shipping — according to Kotaku editor Brian Crecente — and will arrive in 3-5 weeks. Just a quick refresher, the score shown on the left and right sides correspond to the time of day. A continuous random game of Pong is played by the clock every 24 hours. Video demonstration after the jump.

…Atari had lawyered up and threatened to sue them. The two managed to work out a deal that allowed BV to produce exactly 400 of the clocks under a limited license agreement

[via Kotaku]