MIT hacker turns an entire building into a playable game of Tetris

Apparently, going to one of the world's finest technical institutes isn't enough for some people. So they turn to vandalism of the most excellent variety, turning a campus building into a playable version of a classic videogame. Turns out some men just want to watch the world turn.

According to the Hack Gallery, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Green Building—home to the MIT Earth and Planetary Sciences department—has been a hacker target for years, and "Tetris on the Green Building" is "the Holy Grail of hacks."

As of April 20, the Holy Grail has been achieved:

With that out of the way, they can finally go ahead and invent Skynet. Bully for us.

(via Laughing Squid)

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