Students create world's largest 3D display

Posted on Monday, April 24 2006 @ 11:46 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Students at the Delft University of Technology have created world's largest 3D display. The display measures 8 metres in width, 4 metres in height and 2 metres in depth and consists of a matrix of 8,000 LEDs with table tennis balls around them.

Some of the applications of the MatriXX display will be:
  • 3D snake
  • 3D pong
  • 3D duckhunt
  • SMS (short message service/text messaging) display
  • Various animations/movies
  • You can check it out over here.

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