Guillaume Reymond, the guy who gave us the human Tetris performance, is back with his latest live action videogame art project -- this time tackling Namco's classic Pac-Man. Created using a stop-motion camera technique, this is the French-Swiss artist's fifth creation for the GAME OVER Project.

Reymond shot the footage over 4 hours with 111 human "pixels" who make up Pac-Man, the board, and the ghosts who chase him down. Seeing it in motion is really neat -- particularly if you love stop-motion and low-fi video. The short was shot and played for the new ProHelvetia's programme GameCulture at the Trafo cinema (Baden, Switzerland) on August 28th 2010.

The artist's previous game videos include Tetris, Space Invaders, Pole Position, and the game that started it all, Pong. You can see all of these and more of his work at the NotSoNoisy website. Hit the jump to watch Pac-Man in people form and let us know what you think.