Twister consists of “a four foot tall cylindrical array of 50,000 LEDs. The LEDs spin around the viewer 1.6 times per second.” Video after the break.

The cool part is that as it spins, the LED array draws a slightly different image in front of each eye, which causes you to see things in 3D. This is called binocular parallax… If you cover one eye, and then cover your other eye, you’ll notice that the world looks slightly different out of each one

[via OhGizmo!]

Twister consists of “a four foot tall cylindrical array of 50,000 LEDs. The LEDs spin around the viewer 1.6 times per second.” Video after the break.

The cool part is that as it spins, the LED array draws a slightly different image in front of each eye, which causes you to see things in 3D. This is called binocular parallax… If you cover one eye, and then cover your other eye, you’ll notice that the world looks slightly different out of each one

[via OhGizmo!]