Study University Eindhoven breaks world record for largest Tetris




Thor Study of the TU / e Eindhoven claims to have to tackle the world record for the largest Tetris game. The game has an area of ​​one thousand square meters and consists of LEDs and half ping pong balls.

The record has been no official confirmation yet of Guinness, the company that maintains world records for his Book of World Records, but Thor, the study of electrical engineering students of the TU / e are convinced that confirmation come. It is the second attempt, after the first attempt of Thor failed two years ago, writes Cursor.

The Tetris game is currently in the Metaforum, a building of TU / e. Later this month, any interested party may only marvel at the great Tetris game, as it will sit upright on the building potential. In the week of 15 December visitors can control the game with joysticks.

The game consists of 3200 LEDs and half ping pong balls, which must spread the light. The record attempt was delayed when a short circuit originated in the grid, but eventually worked the game Monday afternoon just before dark; when the students were required to complete four rows of the record.


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