By Evan Ackerman
Turing exercise into a video game is such an awesome idea, since everybody agrees that exercise totally sucks and video games are totally awesome. Cyclepong 2.0 uses a pair of stationary bikes to control a competitive game of pong; pedaling forwards and backwards moves your paddle up and down. Seriously, somebody should really capitalize on the whole active gaming concept. I bet they’d make a lot of money. In the meantime, you can check out Cyclepong, and other weird machines like Rent-A-Dog, Autofrisk, and a Quantum Tunneling Telescope, at the Southwold Pier in jolly old England.