Connect Four at the Philly Tech Week 2014 presented by AT&T kickoff: Arcade @ the Oval. Photo from Hive76.
The team at Callowhill hackerspace Hive76 spent three weeks building a giant Connect Four for Philly Tech Week. Controlled by a Dance Dance Revolution pad, the game was a favorite at the Arcade @ the Oval kickoff and the closing Signature Event at the Comcast Center.
Among the organizers of this project are members Dan Provenzano, Chris Terrell and PJ Santoro.-30-
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