Russian students have fun – they play “Tetris” on the big house. Probably these kind of things also happen in your game console while you are playing the Tetris game, but who are that students?
I love this site, but the guy who writes for it has awesome Engrish skillz.
Iz liek hillariuzz!!
Very nice Blinkenlights.
Quite amazing, but I dont really belive they did it this way, running around that building. Ive seen a simmilar thing in Poland when the students from Polands lit different words animated like on a LED screen, only they used a computer which controlled the lights in the rooms.
If those Russian students managed to turn the lights on and of in different rooms on different floors so simultanelously, that would be really something:)
Polish students from Wroclaw had that done in may: http://miasta.gazeta.pl/wroclaw/1,37663,4221060.html
sorry Russia this time
the idea is even older.
check out http://www.blinkenlights.de
well, i believe that the main thing here is not tetris itself, but the idea of moving objects made by lighting the lamps inside of the building
The theme tune is actually a national piece: Korobeiniki
Smetana for life!
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Hello Russian friends,
I have not seen running light in buildings before, but when I practiced on Alfa Laval in Tumba Sweden December 1985 – May 1986 they used to lit up certain rooms with red light/orange during night saying “GOD JUL” which means happy christmas in Swedish. I asked my supervisor about it and he answered they have done that fore years during the christmas eve. But maybe this is practiced by others even longer probably.
Oh, I found the building on Google picture while writing this, but the picture shows the short side of the building, but the christmas greeting was on the long side, on the left side seen in the picture of this link: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/87/Alfa-Laval%2C_Tumba_2006.jpg
someone hire these guys for a nerdy Monty Python revival.
Good Job ^^*
I suggest how about using colour lights for playing tetris.
Awesome dude, but maybe they made it in photoshop, and just made some shots running. Or maybe it’s real and they have nothing better to do.
Who the hell would have time for something like this?
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