Mary Flanagan created this 9-foot tall Atari 2600 controller to focus “on the exploration of the cultural and sociological effects of technology”.

[giantJoystick] requires players to collaboratively ‘perform’ their movements in order to engage with the game and thus makes them acknowledge not only the notion of shared space but also the necessity for shared strategies and approaches in order to pursue their goal

[via Destructoid]

Mary Flanagan created this 9-foot tall Atari 2600 controller to focus “on the exploration of the cultural and sociological effects of technology”.

[giantJoystick] requires players to collaboratively ‘perform’ their movements in order to engage with the game and thus makes them acknowledge not only the notion of shared space but also the necessity for shared strategies and approaches in order to pursue their goal

[via Destructoid]