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Want To Make Your iPad Invisible? There’s An App For That!

Submitted by on July 11, 2011 – 8:41 amNo Comment
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Now you see it, now you don’t. Don’t let the Invisible Man be the only guy with a few tricks up his sleeves.

Get ready to amaze your friends and loved ones (for a few minutes anyway) with the new Invisibility app available for only $.99. Created by Levity Novelty, the app uses the iPad 2′s rear view camera to mimic whatever your iPad is laying on making it more of a transparent iPad than an invisible one in our opinion.

So how exactly does it work? According to the Invisibility official iTunes page:

Gently rub the Home screen. You find you’re wiping it away and revealing the table underneath. Turn the iPad clockwise and – like no app in history – the table top image stays where it was, as if we’re looking through the iPad at the table. Now lift one corner of the iPad and swing it around. Again, the table top image stays fixed in space – while moving the iPad just uncovers more of the table! Tip the corner higher and it looks even more real. You can even see the thin inside edge of the iPad, and a moving shadow – as if there’s a big rectangular hole where the screen used to be.

Invisibility takes unique advantage of the high tech sensors in the iPad 2 – in particular, the 3D gyroscope and accelerometers. Patent pending Pantomime™ technology tracks how your iPad is moving, and updates the display accordingly to keep the virtual world in one place even as the iPad moves.

Learn more about the Invisibility app below and if you need a good party trick, remove a crisp dollar bill from your wallet and buy the app HERE.

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