New Rising Media: "Ahead of the iPad announcement on March 7, Aatma Studio has released their vision of an iPad 3 concept, with retina display and the use of 3D holographics and table projections."
wow looks good and i hate apple
have they been smoking i will have what they had
I will buy what they have
Still its not sure i must say ....Apple will unveil on march 7th ..
It's a concept. -.-
Worst design I've seen yet. There's no place to grip the thing without touching the screen.
and it looks very fragile too.
They are more than likely to use Gorilla Glass 2, like they do with the iPhones. So I wouldn't worry too much.
Since when did apple stuff become so anorexic. Will the next iDevice have a removable battery so as to prevent others from spying???(off doesn't mean OFF) Will they EVER use usb?
Um who would buy two $600 iPad3's just for that? .......nvm
Every apple fanatic that has been buying apple products and their updgrades every year?
You have to ask? Plenty of people will, I've seen entire families with iPads for both parents and their children!
that was awesome
Cool concepts, but overall it wouldnt interest me enough into buying an over-sized iphone... But that is just me and I know at least a dozen people who are drooling for the next ipad.
the concept is cool but there is no Apple releases that type of tech a week. Apple is notorious for slightly upgrading there products or purposely leaving something out to make you buy the next version.
You can't hate that type of technology.
I seriously hate people using holograms in any concept video. How would the bezel of this iPad project an image on the table? wouldn't the projector need to be the full length of the iPad and also paper thin (which is impossible). And how would a flat screen project a hologram? wouldn't it need a yet another project covering the whole span of screen and be as slim as a paper and a screen at the same time? I seriously hate BS concepts that have absolutely no sense of functionality or even common sense in design. Holograms popping out of screen don't even exist in theory and it makes no sense as to how it would actually work or even be achieved.
I agree. The whole thing really seemed believable up to that point. If they'd left it out, people would be buzzing like crazy about what was seen... Even if it wasn't 100% true.
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