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D’Arenberg Cube Opens With Two Voxon 3D Volumetric Displays

Wow. The D’Arenberg Cube has opened and it’s simply incredible. We are now super excited to announce that you can now see two Voxon VX1’s being displaying in the Cube.

After more than 14 years of dreaming big, Chester Osborn’s dream, The D’Arenberg Cube is now open. The Winery’s latest addition is expected to attract more than 500,000 visitors in its first year. Part cellar door, part restaurant, part modern art gallery, and every corner of it wildly inventive, Osborn calls his Cube an “alternate reality museum” that will change the face of cellar door and winery tourism, and we are excited to be part of it…

You can read more in the Adelaide Advertiser here: d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale Opens on Thursday

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We can tell you that one of the VX1’s will be showing a 3D volumetric display of the local topography of the McLaren Vale region with different soil compositions and geological attributes throughout the region. Zoom in, pan around, rotate and explore, all using hand gesture technology.

The second VX1 – well, that’s a mystery. You will need to visit and explore the utter craziness of the Cube to find it and see what it displays. Let us know in the comments below if you see it!


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