The Z-agon is a research and design project for a multi-display peer-to-peer cube. Developed at KEIO University, the WiFi connected cube is capable of displaying high-resolution video on each of its six frame-less displays. The displays are even self-correcting automatically adjusting themselves based on the orientation of the device. Hell, just for kicks they threw in some video cameras to augment communications between users. The Z-agon was demonstrated with video e-mail, a game featuring characters that walk across the cube's faces, and a swank little map application which zooms as the device is tilted. Oh, and did we mention it's only 2.5-inches!