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Fentix Cube: If Rubik was smarter, had multi-touch

Thomas Ricker, @trixxy
October 19, 2007
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Developed by Andrew Fentem, the Fentix Cube features a cube of (patent pending) multi-touch touchscreens allowing for a myriad of multi-dimensional games, puzzles, and whatnots manipulated by the swipe of your greasy fingers. Best of all, it'll be on sale in limited quantities from London's (now infamous) Kinetica Museum. See it in action just beyond the break.

Update: We just heard from Andrew, his cube also packs a "3D system of accelerometers for gesture sensing a la Wii."



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