Dutch Media technology students from Leiden University (Netherlands) developed Globe4D, “an interactive installation that consists of a physical sphere whereupon three dimensional images are projected”. Video demonstration after the jump. Here’s how it works:

The user can interact with the globe in two ways. First: rotation of the sphere itself. Second: turning a ring around the sphere. By rotating the sphere the projected image rotates along with the input movement. Turning the ring controls time as the 4th dimension of the globe

[via FreshCreation]

Dutch Media technology students from Leiden University (Netherlands) developed Globe4D, “an interactive installation that consists of a physical sphere whereupon three dimensional images are projected”. Video demonstration after the jump. Here’s how it works:

The user can interact with the globe in two ways. First: rotation of the sphere itself. Second: turning a ring around the sphere. By rotating the sphere the projected image rotates along with the input movement. Turning the ring controls time as the 4th dimension of the globe

[via FreshCreation]