If they can use that in theaters, the pirates aren't going to be too happy lol
This looks pretty cool (not just because there is an iPhone involved)... It's a new type of display technology that can only be seen by camera-phones and digital cameras. A version has been incorporated into a dress, but looking at the website he shows ways that it could be used in movie theaters and for advertising as well. It's pretty neat how it works, and the effect is really cool!
Plus, the girl is cute.
Last edited by cpnnpr; 07-26-2007 at 12:04 AM. Reason: clarity
Not too hard, they should make a stamp that says if you see this, the police are on their way.
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eh pretty stupid and pointless imo
internet, calling, text, pictures, ect are good enough features for my PHONE
this could make for cool scavanger hunts
shes ugly...Originally Posted by FuturePilot
Maybe the technology should have been used on the girl to add some meat to her bones. She looks like an anorexic refugee from some eastern-bloc country.
Plus, let's say I'm at some tourist site and I take a picture of my family. I look at the picture and all of a sudden is some stupid advertisement. Do you really think I'd be inclined to investigate further? If anything, I'd resent the fact the ad was in my picture and probably never think about that company again.
Great optical illusion! I didn't see the iPhone after staring at the girl for 5 minutes!
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you must have some weird beer goggles on or something. cuz i posted that this morning when i came home drunkOriginally Posted by BlueCalx