Watch Quake Being Played on an Oscilloscope

Oscilloscopes are awesome. Not only are they incredibly useful for troubleshooting equipment and measuring electrical signals, but the beautiful waves they create could be framed as art. Out of the plethora of things they’ve been used for, however, perhaps the best use yet has been shown today. A video has been uploaded showing three minutes of the original Quake played on a Huawei¬† V-422 Oscilloscope.

This feat was accomplished by generating the game’s audio signal as two dimensional vector graphics.

Check out all the “carnage” below: