LaserGolf challenges you to guide one of multiple laser beams to a randomly selected photosensor.

You control the beams by rotating a number of mirrors on the board using one of several wheels, levers and rods at your disposal.

Finally, press the big red button to activate the selected laser beam for a short amount of time.


As with many physical laws, everyday life may give students a intuition for the law of reflection.

However, controlled and engaging studies support the development of deeper theoretical understanding of such laws.


LaserGolf lets students cooperate or compete in a tangible experience in a format reminiscent of many virtual puzzle games.


A prototype was built and exhibited at Universeum in late October 2017 and a report, detailing the construction of the prototype, is soon to be published.