Receipt Racer was produced earlier this month for the "Let's feed the future" workshop at this year's OFFF Festival. A collaboration between Joshua Noble and undef. It's actually quite simple: the road is produced via thermal receipt paper that’s printed on the fly, and the car is simply a beam of light that the player controls via a Dual Shock 3. The score and difficulty information is also provided and projected as well.

If you hit an obstacle or veer of the road, it’s an instant game over, with the printing coming to an abrupt end. Detailed information can be seen over at undef's project breakdown, where on can actually play it for themselves, albeit sans the projected car and receipt printer parts. Hopefully a Game Boy Printer version is forthcoming.

[via Today And Tomorrow]