This is one of Tim Hunkins’ “arcade” machines. The two seagulls rotate above the game and the screen below shows a downward view from the seagulls’ butts — complete with a target. The player then presses a button to make the bird poop a mint candy.
Tim trained as an engineer, then moved on to cartooning and writing the famous “Secret Life of Machines” show. Now he creates these cool, whimsical coin-operated arcade machines.
This one was the only one portable enough to bring to Maker Faire, but some of his others include a dog walk simulator (in which both the user and the dog receive a point-of-view-based screen) and a vacation in chair experience (where the “player” receives the experience of an entire vacation in just a few minutes). Most of his machines incorporate his stop-motion filmmaking work.