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Lummo Blocks (2010)

Lummo Blocks is new version of the legendary Tetris game designed to create social interaction between people in the Plaza de las Letras, in Madrid. In Lummo Blocks two players play collaboratively, one moves the tetris' piece and the other one changes its orientation. Medialab-Prado's digital facade was the first digital facade used to visualize the game. The mechanics of the game are the same as Tetris, players must try to solve the largest possible number of lines in order to prevent any piece reaches the top of the screen. The aim is to create a playful interactive space located experience.

Designed and produced by Lummo (Carles Gutiérrez, Mar Canet & Jordi Puig) & Javier Lloret with the collaboration of Nina Valkanova, Sebastian Hundertmark, Nacho Cossío, Nenad Katic, Fabiana de Barros, Montfagüe F. Lavandera, Óscar de la Mora, Max Neupert and Abraham Manzanares. Lummo Blocks was created in the context of the Open Up workshop (February 2010), organized by Medialab-Prado in Madrid.