Plasma Pong: A Trippy Variation of Pong
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Plasma Pong: A Trippy Variation of Pong

Get a glimpse at what George Mason University student Stephen Taylor was able to build in almost a year. Plasma Pong adds a trippy twist to the original game by utilizing real-time fluid dynamics to drive the game environment. Video by Stephen Taylor

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