A Virtual Wooden Pixel Display Created in Unity

The display can show videos and webcam footage and mirror one's monitor.

Developer and Animator known as DeJMan has unveiled an impressive digital recreation of a real-life wooden pixel display created with Unity.

According to the creator, each tile in the display "rotates between and min and max rotation based on the grayscale value of its corresponding XY pixel position of a video stream," allowing the author to project videos, webcam footage, and even the monitor onto the display. 

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  • Anonymous user

    Sort of impressed you can post this without referencing Daniel Rozin but ... OK


    Anonymous user

    ·a year ago·

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