In New York’s East Village Remote Lounge 60 cameras cover every foot of the place, sending footage to the 100 monitors and projection screens throughout. Each bar-goer sits on a stool at a control pod, a cross between Star Trek’s bridge and an arcade game. On top of the control pod is a camera with a joystick so you can control any camera in the room – or any else can aim your camera at you. It’s just a new way of meeting people for the ultra-introverted geek generation.