We just can’t get enough of the goodies that keep showing up in the iPhone App Store. The latest rumored application is the iHologram by David O’Reilly. It creates a holographic-like effect on the iPhone by performing real time adjustments to the image based on rotation, similar to the fake beer app.
Seems pretty cool, huh? You’ll be disappointed to know it’s a fake. Yea, It turns out that the iHologram is faker than Steve Fosset’s death. Actually, we’re still not so sure about that one.
“The iHologram app was not real. It was an illustration of an idea I had which I believe could work with the technology (combining anamorphosis and motion sensing). Unfortunately Iím just an ideas person, I can show how things should look, but Iím no hardcore programmer.”
Only time will tell if this app or Steve Fosset’s body will show up in the App Store. If I had to choose what one would show up first, it’d have to be the body. With an attitude like O’Reilly’s, this app will never see the light of day.