May 11, 2011

The iPad2 hologram setting.

16 comments:

Scott M said...

Film school proof of concept? Well done in any regard.

Freeman Hunt said...

Ha ha ha. That was great.

Freeman Hunt said...

Related: YouTube reviews of personal electronics are often hilariously thorough.

Triangle Man said...

Well done. The voiceover gets out of sync but otherwise nifty.

Palming an ipad2 requires relatively large hands.

Triangle Man said...

Well done. The voiceover gets out of sync but otherwise nifty.

Palming an ipad2 requires relatively large hands.

Scott M said...

Palming an ipad2 requires relatively large hands.

Cue Titus...

EDH said...

Where are touch-screen users supposed to learn all the techniques like the double-taps, drags, thumb-index resizing, etc.?

A manual? What manual?

Unless you live in a dorm or one of those open, "hip" offices replete with a nerf basketball hoop to enhance "creativity" and "collaboration," are you on your own?

Freeman Hunt said...

I'm putting this here because I don't know where else to put it:

The Dalai Lama is at the University of Arkansas today. I would be there for his talks, but I couldn't secure babysitting.

Ann Althouse said...

"Hologram" is misspelled in the closeup on the settings. That was the first problem.

Tibore said...

"EDH said...
Where are touch-screen users supposed to learn all the techniques like the double-taps, drags, thumb-index resizing, etc.?

A manual? What manual?

Unless you live in a dorm or one of those open, "hip" offices replete with a nerf basketball hoop to enhance "creativity" and "collaboration," are you on your own?"


Oh, come now. Apple products are inherently intuitive to use! (*ducks*)

kimsch said...

Now Angry Birds could be fun that way.

wv: crusino

Scott M said...

Now Angry Birds could be fun that way.

Oh, come on...just consider the porn industry's use of that tech.

Chip Ahoy said...

Ha ha ha. Ace.

edutcher said...

iPad has a Windows interface (in the look sense) - weird.

Very CSI:Miami, but, unless you're trying to get rid of your projector, it's more a gimmick than anything else.

John Burgess said...

Not yet, but soon...

chuck b. said...

Remember when people tittered about what an embarrassing product name iPad was?