What's Being Said Department
Geoff Daily's third installment in his series on Lafayette came out today in the AppRising blog at KillerApp.com. This one focuses on his tour of the LITE center and examines that unique facility. (Not quite so unique as LEDA says, however. It's not "the world's first six-sided digital virtual reality cube" even if it is one of the very few that are publicly available.)
Geoff's pretty clearly wowed by the experience. I took the tour recently and know how he feels. It's pretty cool to draw in 3D—not draw a 3D representation on a 2D device but actually draw in 3D. It is also cool to walk around in 3D immersive environment, as you might well imagine.
Geoff Daily does us the courtesy of providing his video of the tour online as an aid to your imagination. But you should really go yourself. It's fun; it's free; and it's pretty much only available in Lafayette. (Well you could go to Sweden or Germany but wouldn't you rather make an appointment down at the egg?)
LITE will also be opening its doors to the public every first Wednesday of the month for 30-minute tours. For information or reservations, call (337) 735-LITE (5483).