P-NG is an interactive installation developed by Espadaysantacruz Studio and Daniel Armengol Altayó with the aid of Processing and Arduino. A multiplayer game inspired by Pong, P-NG features one of the most colorful interfaces I've seen in a long time. Check out these amazing controllers:
Up to 8 players can play simultaneously. The results can get out of control...
The project was commissioned by Pull & Bear.
Daniel Armengol Altayó is the director and founder of GIF ME. He works at the intersection of technology, art and design.
Espadaysantacruz is a creative studio specialized in generating new interactive and visual experiences. Based in Madrid since 2008, Espadaysantacruz comprises three members with different backgrounds in the fields of information technology, audiovisual creation, photography and cultural management: Miguel Espada (b. 1977, Barcelona), Juan Santa-Cruz (b. 1979, Murcia), and Nerea Goikoetxea (b. 1979, Bilbao), with several more collaborators. Their work has been presented at international exhibitions including FILE (Brazil), Share (Turin), and Platine (Koln, Germany).
Espadaysantacruz had previously developed Pentapong (2013), a multiplayer 3D game built with Unity3D in which virtual objects coexist with physical objects by using projection mapping techniques.
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