Give Your iPad 2 the Stunning Illusion of Invisibility

You can now give your iPad 2 the stunning illusion of invisibility. Its screen can behave like transparent glass. As you move your iPad, you and your friends will swear you're seeing through it to a table top or floor underneath, or even into a fanciful virtual world.Invisibility, the pad app tracks the movement of […]

You can now give your iPad 2 the stunning illusion of invisibility. Its screen can behave like transparent glass. As you move your iPad, you and your friends will swear you're seeing through it to a table top or floor underneath, or even into a fanciful virtual world.

Invisibility, the pad app tracks the movement of your iPad and updates the display accordingly in order to keep the background image aligned as if the display were transparent. Plus, you can load up your own image and turn it into an endless Kaleidoscope-like browsable surface. The program also responds to perspective tilt and throws realistic shadows for some added wow. Developer Levity Novelty conveniently calls it Invisibility.

How it works
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.

Invisibility turned the table photo you took into a seamless, endless environment. It'll do that with ANY photo, using reflections. For many textures a perfect way to make an endless world from one photo, magically hiding the seams. And since any picture you take or image you crop in Invisibility is added to your iPad's Camera Roll, you can visit that world again or share the amazing imagescapes with friends.

Photo Landscape lets you explore a bigger virtual world with momentum and friction -- the infinite world includes up to 30 photos from of your synced Albums. Photos in the Photo Landscape can be tossed, spun, caught, or made into endless landscapes by pressing them.

There's another app called i3D, which tracks your eye movement through the iPad 2's front camera to create an illusion of a glasses-free 3D display.

Watch the Invisibility demonstarations:

You can download the 99 cent from the iTunes App Store.