This Cube Made In Germany Is Straight Out Of Minority Report

Posted: Jul 21 2011, 2:36pm CDT | by , Updated: Jul 21 2011, 2:42pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
This Cube made in Germany is Straight out of Minority Report

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The Multitouch Experience Cube houses 23 LCD Displays that are controlled via gestures.

German SENSORY-MINDS GmbH, in cooperation with "Montfort Werbung", has developed the Multitouch Experience Cube. Inside the cube 23 LCD displays form an estimated 14 meter long multitouch wall. Custom designed LED ceiling enhances the experience with 3D visualizations as users interact with the multitouch LCD displays.

The Multitouch Experience Cube was developed for the GRASS GmbH and was the highlight at the Interzum 2011 trade show in Cologne, the international leading fair for suppliers to the furniture industry. Users inside experienced a interactive product show controlled via iPhone app and moderated by a host. For this a interconnected real-time 3D rendering visualization including 3D. As you can see in the video below this is pretty cool stuff for a trade-show gimmick.

Multitouch Experience Cube from SENSORY-MINDS on Vimeo. Via Sensory Minds.

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