Watch Someone Play Quake Running On An Oscilloscope

Classic first-person shooter Quake has been ported to an Oscilloscope by Programmer Pekka Väänänen, marking one of the oldest video game demakes we've ever seen.

Physicist William Higinbotham was the first to create a video game for this device: a 2D tennis game in 1958, turning out to be one of the first games ever created. And now, 56 years later, Pekka has used the 2D dot matrix graphics to draw a 3D space to recreate the popular FPS.

Many difficulties were faced, including mapping the audio effects to the game and representing depth in what is a flat space of lines, but this could open the door for more demakes of this kind.