2 Responses to “Hello world!”
  • Brian Brennan · November 1, 2009 at 3:57 am ·

    very cool product. I am an artist who is currently exploring the wonders of RGB math. Artists woud love this I think. I always wanted an actual 255x255x255 cube to visualize RGB functions. The 8×8 is a nice size. I wanted to suggest a software based controller for PC’s to help with programming visualizations. I like the concept, and having an ability to visualize RGB vector math would make me buy one for sure. Always looking to know more about color. I think many artists and technicians would love to aquire a device like that. If it is something I can help with, please let me know. I am resident in Colorado, and maybe I could help with the math. Thanks for listening, great idea.

  • Gene · November 1, 2009 at 11:48 am ·

    Thanks for the offer, but Chris is a math Ph.D. so I think we’re set in that department 😉

    The problem with something like a 255^3 physical cube is that unless we have transparent electronics, occlusion overwhelms. There’s some neat 3D display devices that utilize rotating elements that can achieve high resolution out there though (though for now we’re talking hundred thousand dollar devices aimed at the medical market.)