The shirt will have 128 LEDs powered by an Arduino Uno microcontroller
It has been 30 years since the Tetris was revealed to us as the greatest blessings of all gaming times and we are thankful to none other than Alexey Pajitnov. It instantly became a hit and soon came to be known as the world’s most famous game and remains loved even after 3o years today and it is not hard to imagine why it has been immortalized in fashion.
Luxembourgian Mark Kreger also wanted to capitalize on the popularity of the game but he has taken this thing to a newer and much more interesting level. He isn’t just going to cook up some colorful Tetris prints but he is working on a playable Tetris T-shirt which is perfect for waving goodbye to anyone’s boredom. This shirt is going to feature 128 LEDs which will be powered by the Arduino Uno microcontroller. To get the game going, the shirt is going to require only four rechargeable AA batteries. While playing you will also be able to keep track of your score and the levels you are on however the funky soundtrack would be missing from this version of the game.