The smart engineers over at the University of British Columbia’s Human Communications Technology Lab have come up with a very interesting 3D cube, dubbed the pCubee. It’s a cube with displays on all six sides of it, and boasts perspective-corrected rendering and motion-detecting. With each display showing one perspective of an image, you’re given the illusion that you’re looking into a 3–dimensional space, and you can even interact with the images on the display. It’s still currently a research project, but it certainly looks like it has potential. Check out a video of the pCubee in action in the full article.
Next Story: Geohot Performs An Untethered iPhone Jailbreak
- 2014-03-18: Peanuts 3D Set To Grace The Silver Screen In 2015
- 2014-01-16: Adobe Introduces 3D Printing Capabilities In Photoshop
- 2014-01-15: Pin Screen On A Building Looks Out Of This World
- 2013-12-06: No Glasses 3D Tablet Makes 3D Viewing More Convenient
- 2013-11-27: IZON Wants You To View 3D LED TVs Sans 3D Glasses
- 2011-12-05: Samsung shows off flexible display concept tablet in video
- 2011-06-16: Forget 3D, Bring On The "Smell-O-Vision"
- 2011-05-05: HR3D from MIT: A Better 3D Screen Than the Nintendo 3DS, But...