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3D-Printed Box Turns An Entire Building Into A Giant Rubik’s Cube [Video]

3D-Printed Box Turns An Entire Building Into A Giant Rubik’s Cube [Video]
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Artist Javier Lloret created an interactive facade controlled by a handheld version of the puzzle.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 5 december 2013

Spanish artist and designer Javier Lloret has created an interactive facade that lets users play with a large-scale virtual Rubiks cube.

Puzzle Facade consists of a 3D-printed white Rubiks cube connected to a digital wall. The movements of the smaller handheld cube are projected onto the digital wall, which in this case is the exterior of the Ars Electronica building in Austria.

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