Highly calculated perfection is often boring. See example above of two robots playing a game of ping pong with each other, each a master at the game at hand and none exhibiting any sort of risk in hitting the ball any other way but straight ahead.
Sweden-based Stiga is showing off these beautiful and colorful table tennis/ping pong paddles which I think are packaged quite nicely.
Photo: Getty Man, look at the design of the London 2012 Olympics ping pong table.
If that title confused you, that’s a good thing. Because as far as I know, nobody has ever made a functional ping pong table that was intended to be used as a dining table as well. The Akke Pingtuated Equilibripong is a work of art. It’s made from a long list of exotic woods, plumbing [...]
This is a great way to showcase the looks of Versace, Jil Sander, Christopher Kane and Christian Louboutin. Here is table tennis champion Sooyeon Lee in Matthew Donaldson’s slow-motion fashion video.