Mind blowing room sized display uses foam cubes as pixels (Video)

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  • Minha Lenha

    Couldn't stop staring at the broken cube on the left.

    • Larry

      Same here …i bet if it was a person it would be named Larry.

    • Stephen

      lol me to

    • Spelling Police

      I was crying out for someone to go tap it with a hammer or something. Bugged the crap out of me.

    • oilyegg

      one bad pixel spoils the bunch

    • andy

      Yep thats all i could see too!

    • Missy

      I was more annoyed of that noisey kid!

  • elwood

    What's really cool is Roger Waters did this 2 years ago on his wall tour. Most incredible live production i've ever seen.

  • sfb101

    Pretty awesome for Hyundai.

  • Buster Cherry

    Somebody tell those kids they need to shut the fuck up in a movie theater.

    • Loadedcarp

      Amen! Shut that little bastard up for christ's sake!

  • Unfkngblvbl

    Other than the cool beginning, what did the cubes really do, other than serve as an imax screen that kinda moved and made unnecessary texture?

  • Don Rickles

    We've just seen the movie theaters of the future. Surround screen 3-D vidoe without the need of special glasses. You can't tell by watching the video, but when seeing it live the pixel cubes moving toward or away from the viewer give the 3-D effect. A totally tech awesome future awaits us.

    • melcervini

      Porn and gaming will never be the same! woots!! hehe

  • Garbage

    Thx for another commercial chive…god you suck now

  • BrendanTheKid

    Somebody smack the parents of those fucking kids.

  • Canucks_Rule

    mind officially blown.

    bc chivers/chivettes. –> http://twitter.com/KCCOVancity

  • TexasEducation

    Did anyone notice that block on the left? Someone needs to fire that chinese guy. You know that have thousands of poeple moving all those blocks. Use your brain!

  • Duck

    Holy shit that was insanely trippy.
    KCCO from College Station

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