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Play MAME Anywhere

Use LaserMAME to project vector arcade games onto any surface.

If you’ve ever seen a professional laser light show, you know what a thrill it is to watch such vivid, colorful light patters projected onto enormous screens (or the sides of buildings, or any flat surface). And it’s a safe bet that somewhere in the audience, there were more than a few people thinking, “You know, it would be awesome if this were a video game.”

Well, if you have LaserMAME—and about five thousand dollars—it can be.

LaserMAME, or more appropriately, the LaserMAME Vector Engine, is a program that works with MAME and a laser projection setup to display arcade games that use vector graphics on any surface. Created by Rob Mudryk and Matt Polak, the project’s official web site is http://games.lasers.org.


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