Website Kotaku showcases a version of Ms. Pac Man that fills an entire room.
Ever wonder what it would be like if a single game of Pac-Man was projected on to the walls of a room? Well here's what it looks like!
The installation was done for the Babycastles Summit at the Museum of Art and Design, and envisioned by Keita Takahashi, creator of Katamari Damacy.
3D Pacman was created by Dr. Clement Shimizu for Keita Takahashi's Babycastles Summit. Immersive 3D projection system created by The Elumenati. Ms. Pacman is property of Namco.
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