Designer Seung-Jin Lee has decided to that it will be a good idea to put LEDs embedded in tubes to make them float on the water. The objective is to control them with a computer and make beautiful shows for concerts and the like. Fine by us, as soon as he connects it to a MAME emulator to do a San Francisco Bay-sized Donkey Kong. Check the pretty perspective after the jump.
Floating Computer-Controled LED Show Calls for Ocean-Sized Mario Bros.
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