May 07, 2014

Cubecube - a Tangible CAD Interface

Bryan Cera has created what can only be described as a fascinating interface for a 3D computer-aided design software package - that literally allows you to create the design in the software by replicating the real thing using small, custom-made pieces that you can replicate yourself. In other words, instead of battling with software you can just built what you want and it appears on the screen. Bryan explains this in the following video:

Thanks to the open-source nature of the Cubecube project, if motivated you can recreate your own system. All the required code, design files for the PCB and more are provided - so visit the Instructable page to learn how. And for more, we're on facebookGoogle+, and twitter - so follow us for news and product updates as well.

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