Fun Finds: Stop-Motion Pac-Man … with Humans!

It's Friday, which means we like to have a little fun around here. We found this nifty little art project/stop-motion video over at Geekologie that will surely put a smile on the faces of you Pac-Man enthusiasts out there. As part of a project called Game Over, Guillaume Reymond creates stop-motion video game sequences using real-life humans. The results are exhausting just thinking about how much time and energy it took to make, but you're kinda glad someone did it because the videos are so much fun to watch (see one for Tetris over here).

Pac-Man

Some info about the performance via Geekologie: "PAC-MAN was played by real human-beings sitting in a cinema: it's the 5th video performance of the GAME OVER Project from the French-Swiss artist Guillaume Reymond. This stop-motion video was shot and played for the new ProHelvetia's programme GameCulture at the Trafo cinema (Baden, Switzerland) on August 28th 2010. This giant game was played by 111 human pixels that has moved from seat to seat during more than 4 hours... "
 
Not bad for four hours. Check out the video and let us know what you think.


 

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