Minecraft in real life


17 Responses to “Minecraft in real life”

  1. bcsizemo says:

    While not the same, I also found this amusing:

  2. MonsterMan says:

    Crazy town.

    On a related note, I cannot wait for 1.8!

  3. querent says:

    I like the use of quotes around “real life.”  Very forward thinking.

  4. TimmoWarner says:

    Oh, man… I almost didn’t click on the video itself just thinking it to be an ottoman or something.

    Not what I was expecting to see at all. Very cool.

  5. Does somebody who plays Minecraft care to explain to those of us who don’t play Minecraft what we’re seeing? Do the blocks in the game fall apart when you strike them?

  6. Jakub says:

    Very cool, 

    I am disappoint to see that it was an external projector, and not being projected internally, to have all 8 sides rendered would be awesome.

  7. Brian Stark says:

    Not nearly as cool as this, but I figured some might be interested… I made this for my brother-in-law as a “wrapping” for his Minecraft redeem code we got him for his birthday. Just pluck the flower from the ground and voila! Redeem code get! All it took was 10 minutes, a few printouts, and an old kleenex box.


  8. Drabkikker says:

    Although Notch has clearly stated that the blocks are 1x1x1m in size, this is the exact size I imagine them to be.

  9. patelanjali says:

    Processing picks up the serial signal and takes care of the projection and interaction (particles, etc).

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