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More Apple 3D touch interface patents

Baltimore Sun writers discovers more hidden Apple patents regarding 3D motion detection user interface technology aimed at tablet-like devices and devices like the iPhone


Tidbits: Apple and Hyper Reality Displays and more

Apple’s patents on Hyper Reality Display technology suggest the company is planning to implement some form of 3D head-tracking technology using cameras and sensors in future Apple products. Such technology can radically advanced user-interface design and interaction…something Apple is naturally good at


Apple’s 3D Head-Tracking and BIM – Looks Promising

Apple’s recent patent involving 3D Head-Tracking technology has lit up the blogosphere. In this report we talk about a video posted on Houston Neal’s blog site which demonstrates how this 3D Head-Tracking technology could function within BIM and 3D software


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