HAMBURG—Without the 3D glasses, it looks like half a cube sliced vertically, painted purple, yellow and green on the inside. Its walls are a bit concave. With 3D glasses, it transforms to the inside of a large jet aircraft—complete with walls, chairs, tables and lavatories. This 12-sq.-meter glass cube, called the Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE), serves as a projection room that displays a precise, three-dimensional rendering of an interior design. Designers and engineers, ...

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