Riotoro has just introduced Project Morpheus. It is the world’s first convertible housing that converts from a cube to a typical tower, which makes it useful for some people.
The manufacturer states that it is intended for people who initially want to put together something small, but expand it in the future. And it makes sense, because often without changing the housing it is impossible to transform a computer from a small into a real gaming machine. Project Morpheus will fit micro ATX boards (in cube mode) and ATX boards (in tower mode) and even two graphics cards. The housing will also accommodate two 3.5-inch drives and two 2.5-inch drives, as well as a 240 mm cooler or two 120 mm fans.
So far, however, there is no information about its price or availability. I suspect that the manufacturer will ask for a lot for such a construction, but we have to wait for more detailed information.