Given that the Gizmodo team has returned from Vegas, and the roulette table didn't treat us very well, I figured it would be appropriate to post about this corian digital roulette table.
Corian is a solid surface material composed of acrylic polymer and alumina trihydrate made by DuPont. It is said to be a thermosetting plastic, but can be thermoformed by heating it to 300°F (149°C), allowing unique shapes to be created. Its primary use is for countertops.
The lamp above the table represents the wheel and is essentially a random number generator that will select a winner. Place your bets on the illuminated table and let the random number generator roll. This corian table was designed by Moritz Waldemeyer.
Corian Roulette Table [YankoDesign]