These days, a shirt isn’t just a short anymore. For example, you can have a go at finding Waldo if you’ve got this particular tee or play a round or two of Tetris if you’ve got this one. While you can buy the former in stores, you’ll have to show off some of your DIY skills in the latter because you’ll have to put it together yourself if you want one.
To celebrate 30 years of Tetris, Marc Kerger made the playable Tetris shirt using an Arduino microcontroller and 128 LED lights.To house all the electronic parts, Marc had the housing 3D printed.
Up for the challenge? You’ll have to wait awhile because Marc has yet to post a how-to and further details on his Tetris shirt.
VIA [ Damn Geeky ]