Giant Tetris Game on MIT Green Building
MIT students in Cambridge (U.S.) had fun by making a giant game of Tetris on the campus (on the Green Building, also called Building 54, which is the main facility of Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science [EAPS]).
Without permission, students have made a hack on this impressive building considered as the perfect spot because its facade is made of a perfect grid of windows.
They began by displaying the letters of the word Tetris vertically, then the game began (see the photo of the man at the controls below). As in the video game, the student could bring down the bricks, rotate them and move them laterally. The story does not say what score was achieved, but it’s probably not the world record ^^