University of Arts and Industrial Design student, Javier Lloret, has turned the Ars Electronica building in Linz, Austria into a gigantic Rubik’s Cube. As part of his thesis in “Interface Culture,” Lloret covered the facade of the Ars Electronica building with LED lights. He then created a plain-white Rubik’s Cube controller, which feels and acts like the famous puzzle toy, to control the lights on the building. Basically, as you rotate and flip the Rubik’s Cube controller, the lights on the building change color accordingly. Lloret calls the entire project, “Puzzle Facade.”
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