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d-pad

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Xbox 360 Wireless Controller w/Transforming D-Pad and Play and Charge Kit

The Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Transforming D-pad is a must-have for 360 gamers who demand a precise D-pad response.

December 2, 2010

4 stars Editors' rating December 2, 2010

MSRP: $64.99

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Kickstart a 3D scanner for your iPad

Structure Sensor is a 3D scanner that attaches to your iPad's camera to create three-dimensional models by scanning the world around you.

By September 17, 2013

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Create a 3D model of your face, try on glasses using your iPad

Glasses.com has a free iPad app that helps you try on spectacles using a 3D model of your face.

By July 29, 2013

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Sky+ iPad app updated for remote controllery, 3D still free

The Sky+ app for iPad has now been updated, so you can use your iPad as an incredibly expensive remote control for your Sky package.

By August 16, 2012

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How to render 3D images on your iPad for free

AutoDesk's 123D Catch app for the iPad is an expansion of the company's strategy to get into mobile.

By May 21, 2012

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Structure Sensor uses iPads to scan 3D objects

Paired with iPads, the Structure Sensor creates 3D images of reality.

By September 17, 2013

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Apple patent pitch hints at 3D imaging on iPhone, iPad

According to a patent obtained by Patently Apple, the idea would utilize depth-detection sensors and other technologies to create a full 3D image in a picture.

By March 30, 2012

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CNET Labscast 1: 2D vs. 3D laptop performance, iPad speed-typing tests, and more

See what's happening in the CNET Labs this week, as we take you behind the scenes to check out cool tech and gadgets in the CNET Labscast.

By September 26, 2011

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Could a 3D iPad succeed where the Nintendo 3DS failed?

Rumor has it that Apple considered launching an iPad 3D, but scrapped plans on the grounds that it might be seen as a "gimmick." But imagine what if...

By November 22, 2011

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3D video from Kinect used for AR silliness on iPad 2

Two geeky brothers with a penchant for creating iOS apps have found a way to port 3D video from Microsoft's Kinect camera to AR cards that can be viewed on the iPad 2.

By July 2, 2011