iHologram for the iPhone is an application made by David O'Reilly that creates the illusion of a 3-D cat walking around in your phone.
iHologram combines anamorphosis and the iPhone's gyroscopes to achieve this awesome visual magic trick. Anamorphosis is a way to draw things distorted so, while watched at a certain angle, they pop out of the 2D surface as if they were real.
You have to watch the screen at 35 to 45 degrees at all times in order for the effect to work. And, also, keep the phone charged. It won't work with a dead battery. Or hooker. Speaking of which, can I borrow somebody's car for the afternoon?
This is a video of some of the scenery in Monkey Island 2 rendered in 3D using the Crysis engine. It is by far the most beautiful thing I've seen in recent history (not including that glimpse I caught of myself getting out of the shower Monday).
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This is a little video demo of Mega Man 2.5D, which is a Mega Man game in partial 3-D that I believe some guy is actually making. Which....is it wrong I got a boner? Wait -- don't answer, I want to savor this.
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Seriously, just watch it, if only for a couple seconds.
This is a video of guitar strings being plucked shot from inside the guitar with an iPhone 4. Apparently the timing of the iPhone's camera shutter makes the strings' oscillations look all CRAXY AS F***. Craxy is the n... / Continue →