We’ll see a movie in 3D if it’s particularly Michael Bay-y because explosions look way better in three dimensions. We’ll also look at the line of “Big Book of *insert female body part here*” in 3D because, well, why not. But playing card games in 3D? This is a first for us. Designed by Rocca, this line of “three dimensional” hexagonal playing cards sits somewhere between classical and our minds our blown in terms of delivery. You can use them to play traditional games like gin and poker, but they can also be used to play the game developed by the founder or to build robots and sweet M.C. Escher optical illusions.