If you enjoy a little 3D without the need to wear 3D glasses you might please to know the i3D application for iPhone and iPad we featured here on Geeky Gadgets back at the beginning of April has now arrived in the Apple iTunes App Store and is available to download for free.
The i3D application uses a feed from the front-facing camera, together with software called Head-Coupled Perspective (HCP), to track the position of a person’s head in 3D in real-time. Its relies on solely face tracking and doesn’t use the accelerometers or the gyroscopes within the iOS devices.
i3D contains several 3D scenes that you can observe with HCP. It only relies on face tracking. It does not use the accelerometers or the gyroscopes.
The new i3D application for iPhone and iPad is now available to download for free.
i3D has been developed by Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay at the Engineering Human-Computer Interaction, Research Group of the Grenoble Informatics Laboratory, University Joseph Fourier.Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPad, Apple iPhone