Project Name: Lokicube Build time: 6 months 2002, and rebuild 2 months in 2004 Materials used: Aluminium, Plexi, Wood Website:www.lokicube.de
bit-tech: How long have you been involved in Modding? Have you made any cases before this one? Loki: I started in 2000 and my first isn’t worth mentioning and doesn’t have a name.
bit-tech: What inspired you to make this particular case? Loki: A friend of mine had a Yin Yang cube and I wanted to have my own Cube. I used ACAD CS to make the drawings and the design, no theme, just a nice design.
bit-tech: Tell us more about this case: what makes it special? What are its unique features? Loki: I don’t want to make a special mod; I wanted to make something you can set in your Living Room, a case that doesn’t stand out. It’s water-cooled (Coolance) CPU and Northbridge. CPU P4 2.8, 1gb A-data, HD 2 x 200 GB (Maxtor)1 X 80 GB, and a ATI X800XT PE, wireless LAN card, DVDROM
bit-tech: How did you get to Cebit 2005? How were you selected for this competition? Loki: I was invited by Planetlan (www.planetlan.de ), they saw my cube at PCmax.de and I was in a German Magazine PCGAMES HARDWARE, thirth place modder of the year 2004. They sent me an email and asked to come to Cebit.
bit-tech: What is your prediction for this competition? Name your Top 3 Loki:
<ol><li>Coldfusion</li><li>Chimera</li><li>Doom3</li></ol> bit-tech: What plans do you have for the future? Loki: Not at the moment, but I am thinking of making my cube again, strip it and build it up again
bit-tech: And finally, what is your favourite Case Mod / Modder of all time? Loki: The Hellraiser cube from Sheff.