Those of you, who are into video optical illusions, will immediately try getting their hands on iHologram app for your iPhone. Unfortunately, after the video (posted below) made a big stir all over the web, it’s author David O’Reilly admitted it was actually fake. In reality it should work like this: the iHologram application for the iphone/ipod touch, gives the illusion of a 3D hologram jumping off the screen, reacting to the movement of the built-in gyroscope iphone is equipped with. Attached you can see a video of it in use, featuring the cat from David’s award-winning but unfinished cartoon. David admitted that the application wasn’t for real, making a public statement: “The iHologram was an illustration of an idea I had which I believe could work with the technology (combining anamorphosis and motion sensing) iPhone is equipped with. Unfortunately I’m just an ideas person, and I can show how things should look, but I’m no hardcore programmer.” So what do you think? Could it be done?
Regarding our previous post, and my suggestion regarding Google web gadgets, I haven’t had much response. Wouldn’t you like me to mention your site in my upcoming articles? Can the gadget even be found through Blogger’s gadget tab? I’m eager to find out!