A group of scientists at Waterloo Labs have created the closest thing to a real life simulation of Mario Kart.

Source: TheMushroomKingdom.net

A group of scientists at Waterloo Labs have made my wildest dreams come true. Using computers built into go-karts, they have effectively created the closest thing to a real life simulation of Mario Kart. Items placed along the course are recorded by the computers and force the karts to respond accordingly – speeding up at the use of a mushroom, losing control when a banana peel is run over or even stopping when hit by a koopa shell.

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Damien

Damien is a die-hard video game fan with an appreciation for all things retro. As an avid gamer, reader, and writer, he loves to read between the lines and make deep connections between plots, characters, and even companies themselves. Plus, he's got a pretty sweet afro.

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