We mean “physical” in the sense that you’ve got to shake and move this six-sided device for the pics to occupy its different panels.
Fed by your favorite image hosting sites, the CubeBrowser is a far cry from the familiar store bought 2D frames that often sit on your desk and assorted furniture.
Instead of something you idly stare at, the CubeBrowser demands interaction. You touch it. You feel it. Even move it. Lastly, your eyes absorb the images that occupy the cube’s high definition panels—LED panels?
There’s no word on the technology yet. Unhindered by a frame, it lends an organic sense to the simple act of picture viewing.
Here’s a rundown on its use: Since it can store images, turn it vertically for the tab selection and sideways to check out the pics individually. Just make sure not to poke your eye with those pointed edges.
Hold on a minute though, lest you rush out to buy one keep in mind it’s still a concept, so CubeBrowser’s specs remain a question mark. Once its hardware and functions are sorted though, expect it to be the envy of your staid photo albums and office desk furniture.
via slashgearFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Displays News