Think you have a snazzy business card? Perhaps one with a cool graphic or one-of-a-kind shape? Well, think again. No matter how impressive, it’s unlikely to beat this augmented reality card from ActionScript developer James Alliban for coolness.

To quote Alliban:

“I recorded a short video bio and created a 3D grid of coloured planes. These planes are updated with the colours from the video and extruded depending on the level of brightness.”

Bonus: Alliban cites the below fellow as his inspiration for the card.

For more 3D, pick up a copy of the July issue of Popular Science – it’s the first ever augmented reality magazine cover.

[via James Alliban and Gizmodo]