This is the first in a series of experiments mocking up what it might be like to play casual games that consist of moving wooden blocks around on a rear-projection table, in this case to let kids visiting a science museum learn about light and mirrors.

These experiments came out of discussions with Eric Siegel at the NY Hall of Science. The goal was to make something that would be fun to play within the first few seconds, educational, and utterly unbreakable,

- Ken Perlin

Instructions: Drag the blocks around.
Try to deflect and filter the colors of the light beams.