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Eating becomes an interactive game

A video game table takes puts a digital twist on eating competitions

Leave it to two students to invent an interactive video game that takes food eating competition to another level.

Royal College of Art students Sures Kumar and Lana Z. Porter created Pixelate, which features an interactive dinner table to compete against another eater to see who can eat the items on a plate in the correct order the fastest.

A large white table resembling a giant iPod has two forks plugged in at opposite sides. The first person to eat items in the order the table dictates, wins.

Check out the video of the game:

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