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Make Some Noise for Angry Birds

Posted on Thursday, September 22 @ 06:33:30 Eastern by

YELL AT ME, BRO!


Angry Birds are everywhere. I can't do anything anymore without those pissed-off birds snickering in my face. It makes me want to scream! But screaming isn't the answer, because that's how you fire the slingshot now.

Finnish company Uplause is working on a version of Angry Birds that be played by screaming crowds of thousands of people at once. It's main purpose is for use at stadiums and other large venues. This version of Angry Birds registers the intensity of cheers and applause, using it to fire the slingshot. The more noise, the farther back the slingshot is pulled. Aiming is presumed to be done automatically.

This crowd-controlled version of Angry Birds playable for the first time at the Formula 1 race in Singapore this weekend.

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