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September 12, 2009



"Take a look at a pair of iPhocals. Proper reading glasses. Download books from an online iBrary via the USB socket on one of its arms (the other houses the rechargeable battery). Press the on/off switch in the frame and pages appear, apparently two feet in front of the lens, in sharp focus. It looks like magic, but it's actually Quasatz Spatial Pseudo Projection. A gentle flick of the head turns the page."

[via James Ferguson's Pat Pending feature on page 45 of the September 11, 2009 Financial Times How To Spend It Magazine supplement]

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iwonder how soon they'll be isued by Apple for the name.

Posted by: Virginia | Sep 12, 2009 12:04:14 PM

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