Well the puck could certainly have travelled to here by the time the new FCP gets released. Amazing video of what you can do with the iPad2, wearing no silly glasses either! A bit of a tenuous link, granted but at least it breaks up the NAB stories.

"Head-Coupled Perspective on Mobile Devices. We track the head of the user with the front facing camera in order to create a glasses-free monocular 3D display. Such spatially-aware mobile display enables to improve the possibilities of interaction. 
It does not use the accelerometers and relies only on the front camera. 
The demo with the targets has been inspired by the work of Johnny Lee (http://youtu.be/Jd3-eiid-Uw ) with a Wii remote."

Jeremie Francone, Laurence Nigay
Laboratory of Informatics of Grenoble, EHCI Research Group
http://iihm.imag.fr/en/

Thanks to nearly all the Mac sites for the link!

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