’3D pacman room’ by keita takahashi
japanese game director keita takahashi, has conceived the ’3D pacman room’ – an immersive, playable projection of the retro
video game that fills an entire room. the work – spanning a space 360° – was shown at new york’s museum of art and design’s as part of
the babycastles summit 2012, where participants were able to engage with the classic munching monsters in an interactive way,
blurring the lines between digital and physical play.
the retro game is brought to life in 3D
planning for the installation
via laughing squid