This article builds on “Translational Reality Interfaces” (N&V, March 2017) in which a toaster equipped with a translational reality interface (TRI) enables a user to control an irrigation pump. This time, see how the classic video game Pong can be adopted for use as a TRI to enable the player to monitor and operate a remote device by simply playing the game.
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