Wednesday, April 13, 2011

iDesktopVR App for iPhone - New Glasses Free 3D Technology Display now Available for Free [Download]

Yesterday we posted about this new Technology created by Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay at Laboratory of Informatics of Grenoble at the EHCI Research Group. With this new App you able to see Objects on your iPhone as an 3d Image, like it's coming out of your Device. It was first tested on iPad, Here's the Video. And now finally it's released for iPhone with an App named iDesktopVR.

App Description:
iDesktopVR is an adaptation for the iPhone / iPod touch of Johnny Chung Lee's WiiDesktopVR view-dependent rendering technique. This method renders 3D objects as if they are "floating" in front of the screen, producing a kind of "holographic" effect. This technology can be used in many types of applications such as games, scientific visualization and architectural walkthroughs.

iDesktopVR is a technology demonstration resulting from experiments with the iPhone.

In this version, the orientation of the screen relative to the viewer is determined using the accelerometers and the distance between the head and the screen is a fixed value. In other words, instead of physically moving your head in front of a TV screen, in this version you are manipulating the screen itself. Although the device can't interactively detect the distance between your head and the screen, a vertical slider at the right side lets you adjust the head distance value. The screen orientation is used to determine the roll (left/right) and pitch (up/down) angles for the head position.
iDesktop VR is available for iPhone and iPod Touch in the App Store for Free. Click here to download.

Demo Video on iPhone 4:

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