Video in the full post!
[CES 2010] Intel Research was showing an interactive (and real-time) news visualizer. It consists of almost 200 rotating cubes that each represents one piece of news from an array of media sources. Each cube has one photo originating from the article it represents. Users can use the touch screen to select a cube to get more information about the content, although we could not actually read the article in this demo. It’s just a concept, so don’t expect a product out of it, but it’s really nice to look at. We’ll try to snap a video later.
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