Microsoft is launching an interactive website to get gamers even more excited about Halo: Reach. Users will help build a Halo light sculpture by controlling a Kuka Robot Arm (that's the thing lurking in the shadows) to plot light points.
Kuka Robot Arms are typically used to assemble cars but in this case, it'll be used to bend and twist to correspond with the specific points users decide to light up. In order to complete the monument, there needs to be 54,000 different points of light.
All users will have to do is log into Facebook and pick a point and watch the Kuka Robot do the rest. Leaving the hard labor to the robots is always fun. [Wired]