I don't suppose there is any iPad owner that's not had to pick the device up / angle it up to get the screen to turn around to be the right way. If the iPad is flat, it's got no way to know which way you are looking at it. I was wondering if it's possible to detect the location of the nearest person (the user) and rotate the screen around accordingly even though it's still flat? Strangely enough, I think this might be somewhat possible with a front mounted camera if the angle of view was wide enough to see your face. Just wondered if its technically possible for it to know where you are and the right way to twist the screen for you, without you having to pick the iPad up?