The classic video game "Pong" found itself alive on the side of a Philadelphia museum.
The Daily Mail reported Drexel University professor Frank Lee, along with his team, modified LED lights on the Philadelphia Museum of Art to act as a screen for the classic ping pong game.
The transformation of the museum has been a looming idea of Lee for years.
'Every other night I would just pass by... but this night I saw Tetris shapes forming in my mind's eye, falling down, and that began this long journey to try to make this game possible,' Mr Lee said.
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