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2011-06-09 12h00_56

Love it or hate it, Angry Birds is a massively popular game. Even if it may be a bit played out and past its prime, that doesn't make this any less entertaining: T-Mobile created a real-world, life-size Angry Birds Live game in Barcelona, controllable via an Android device. The results are cooler than you'd expect, and the short (1:40) video is worth a watch.

Certainly puts a smile on your face, doesn't it?

Update: Thanks to Brian for a link to the behind the scenes video:

[via reddit]

Aaron Gingrich
Aaron is a geek who has always had a passion for technology. When not working or writing, he can be found spending time with his family, playing a game, or watching a movie.

  • http://mindmirror007.blogspot.com alchemist007

    That's awesome!

  • Brian

    Not really controllable from a device. It was all staged.

    Here's behind the scenes:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgsyCHdIiPg

  • lilhugo

    Man... I knew it was staged but seeing the behind the scenes makes me sad. =(

  • jbonics

    That's cooler than I thought

  • RockinEvo

    Cool idea of course we knew it wasn't controlled by the phone but it was meant for the audience and it worked didn't yall see how their were interested.

  • lincthra

    If Google had done this instead of T-Mo it would have actually been controlled by the phone. I can't think of any reason it wouldn't work after what we saw from the labyrinth at I/O. Could easily have an air canon with the power control varied by the phone app.