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robotkarateman - 2008-08-26

The next Viewtiful Joe is going to be SO AWESOME

chumbucket - 2008-08-26

retarded ideas for retarded iPhonephiles

sheikurbouti - 2008-08-26

Anyone who suggests that this society has way more technology than it needs will be derezzed.

lordyam - 2008-08-26

k... do that with orca furry porn than i'll it five

waxeater - 2008-08-26

+4 for The Knife, -3 for pissing your money away.

RandomFerret - 2008-08-26

Is this a thing? Are people really acting like this?

Honest Abe - 2008-08-26

meet waxeater. poetv's newest faggot

fluffy - 2008-08-26

I'm dubious as to the reality of this. I haven't seen any evidence that the iPhone's motion sensor is capable of detecting rotation, just orientation. One of the common theories about it is that the camera motions are just baked in and he's moving the iPhone in sync with them.

fluffy - 2008-08-26

Ah, in fact, he's come clean about it: http://www.davidoreilly.com/blog/

"The iHologram app was not real. It was an illustration of an idea I had which I believe could work with the technology (combining anamorphosis and motion sensing). Unfortunately Im just an ideas person, and I can show how things should look, but Im no hardcore programmer.

"Id be happy to collaborate with a developer or studio who wants to make it happen, Im bursting with ideas for the interactive world, but right now all my attention is on filmmaking.

"My aim with this was to tackle the problem of 3d viewing in an original way using current technology, not fool anyone so for those who doubted but still supported it, respect. I hope it inspires some talented programmers out there."

OxygenThief - 2008-08-26

What a sneaky bastard.

fluffy - 2008-08-27

holy shit read the comments here: http://www.cartoonbrew.com/cgi/awesome-animated-3d-illusion-on-iph one


pastorofmuppets - 2008-12-13

MachDice does something similar (though obviously not rotation-based). The effect works better if you keep one eye closed.

I was just about to say how, apart from dead reckoning, there'd be no way for a device flat on a table to know which direction it was pointing. I'm glad I didn't say that, since compasses exist.

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