Tuesday, 20 Apr, 2010 Technology

Cube Browser - Making Web Browsing More Interactive


Imagine having the Internet right in your hands - figuratively speaking. Designer Ludwig Zeller came up with the idea of creating a cube composed of 6 functional screens that make it possible for users to navigate the Internet, view images and watch clips while holding the cube in their hands.

The designer called his device Cube Browser. The device represents a combination of digital technology and conventional analogue photosets.

With Cube Browser there will be no need to sit in front of a computer each time you want to find certain information. You also don't need mouse and keyboard - in order to turn the pages simply turn the cube.

With an easy-to-use interface and a simple design with digital screen, Cube Browser allows watching photos from websites like Flickr much easier.

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