Sunday, June 21, 2009

Apple granted patents for 3D browsing, 3D interaction

Apple has been granted patents for 3D movie browser technology and responsive avatars. The first patent relates to three-dimensional movie browsing or editing, with a focus on Final Cut Pro. It also relates to other Apple technologies like the iPhone, iPod touch and Apple TV and software like iTunes and QuickTime. The most common example of the 3D browser is Apple's Cover Flow. An interesting side...


Again this brings me to wanting to find someone at Apple receptive to my ideas for an interactive night club *(and day club) where (creative) people gather for exchange, collaboration, access to tools, social networking, and most importantly, sales and marketing of one’s creative progeny.

Aloha,
Peter
for Visionary Artists Resources Including Other Unique Services (V.A.R.I.O.U.S. Media, 501c3)


PS: for more details about how this technology will be utilized in Creativity Cafe, listen to this podcast:

Gabcast! The Adventures of Shiloh Bones #10




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