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Interactive Game: Could levelHead Be The Next Rubik's Cube?

Much like the Rubik's Cube, invented in 1974 by Erno Rubika, a professor of architecture and sculptor from Hungary, "levelHead" created by New Zealand born artist and software developer Julian Oliver, is an interactive cube game, but that is where the comparisons end.

Julian Oliver's creation is much more high tech, as it uses motion sensitive software and digital cameras that display dynamic images on the cubes outer surfaces. What does all that add up to? Check out the video after the jump.

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Wii60PS3DSPSP3571d ago

Wonder how much it will cost.

Chaos Striker3571d ago

This is definitely an interesting concept. Something like Echochrome, but with more interactivity since you have to physically move the cube around. I wonder how popular something like this can get.

Xi3571d ago

I'd love to see other concepts applied to it. Like a platform game.

MrWeymes3571d ago

an interesting concept. I have doubts on how long this could keep someone occupied, though.

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