The thing with tables is that there are certain requirements that need to be addressed. Usually, tables stand to be a neat reliable piece that can aid us when we eat or work, or at times play games too.
And although we have seen innovative tables before, the thing is that there have been integrations to make them cheekier. Such as this interactive table which somehow integrates an interesting video game challenge called Pixelate.
Pixelate is a game that uses an interactive dinner table to allow you to compete against another eater to see who can eat the items on a plate in the correct order the fastest. The table was created by the Royal Age of students, something developed using OpenFrameworks and Arduino.
The table is currently on display at an event in London and as far as commercializing the said table for use in public places or even in homes remains to be seen.