The Perspectivism narracube broadens inquiry by having more voices to share their view on the matter. Each perspective is investigated deeper by mapping six supporting events/thoughts/arguments/dimensions to the perspective. What is upholding the position or what shaped it? This can be significant historical events, connected knowledge or belief systems crucial to support the logic of the perspective. These steps broaden and deepen the view on the matter. The eight perspectives with their six supporting sides can represent how they meet and relate to each other in a shifting context.
An extended use of the structural features for the narration process can be found in the hinges that connect the cubes. There are sixteen fixed connections between sides of the cubes. A fixed connection is the two sides that are seen or unseen next to each other no matter how the cube is turned. Each perspective has four sides that are in a fixed position and two sides that are truly shifting.
While the narrative process associated with the functionality of Perspectivism can be made individually, this narracube allows an interplay of 8 different perspectives resulting in a truly collective narrative process.