Queensland University of Technology’s digital interactive learning exhibition space, ‘The Cube’

The Cube is the heart of QUT’s new A$230m (£157m) Science and Engineering Centre.

The exhibition includes 48x55in MultiTaction Cell displays, forming the 1,400 cubic metre Cube. The Cube comprises six educational zones, including the two-storey, 14-metre-long Virtual Reef where 20 Cells combine with an edge-blended Panasonic projection system, and the Physics Zone.

Built by Pro AV Solutions Queensland (an Australian member of the Global Presence Alliance), The Cube structure is made up of six zones (five of which feature MultiTaction displays), running a number of interactive applications, including the Virtual Reef.

The zones feature a number of interactive applications. including Virtual Reef, a marine life interactive experience.

CubIT highlights QUT research access and collaboration, and the Community Science wall is focused on Queensland, including the effects of the 2011 Brisbane floods. The ECOS zone looks at energy consumption and impact on climate, and the Physics Playroom is a learning-in-game-like environment.

The Cube is open to the public at the QUT’s Gardens Point campus.

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