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Kid Invents Real Life “Pole Position” Track.

Posted in Bizarre, Cool Stuff, Racing, Video Games, Videos by MrAngry | August 8th, 2010 | 2 Responses |

Inventing your own video game is one thing, but actually constructing a working model of it in real life is completely another. It seems that German native Anton Korndorfer had an affinity for the 1980’s arcade game “Pole Position”. So much so in fact that he constructed his own real life version of the game out of a few small remote control cars, some remote video cameras and a butt-load of cardboard. The concept is quite ingenious really. Take a video camera that transmits remotely, slap it onto the chassis of a remote control car, add some driving lights, a monitor and go for broke. The track is made entirely out of cardboard and silver push-pins and then adorned with what looks to be yellow and black police tape. Get a few good friends together with a case of beer and you’ve got one fun Saturday afternoon.

Source: Devour.com

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  1. dudefromthenorth says:

    “Pole Position” ? “Wipe Out” , good thing you didn’t say “Night Driver” or we’d all know how old you were.