The iPad has myriad hi-tech features including an iRotation Room and iDeckchairs

An apartment tower modelled on the iPod has been unveiled in Dubai.

The iPad, located in Dubai’s Business Bay, is described as a symbiotic mix of technology, architecture, interior design and software. The developer Omniyat Properties claims it is the first 'Cybertecture' apartment tower in the world.

The 26-storey apartment building features 231 apartments and has been designed by ‘cybertect’ James Law, of James Law Cybertecture International.

IPad has a numerous hi-tech features preceded by the letter i including:

  • iReality - Projects virtual skylines from around the world on the apartment walls.
  • iHealth – Weight, blood pressure and temperature can be measured by iPad
  • iAmbience – Sound and light can change at the touch of a button.
  • iEntertainment – Karaoke comes as standard.
  • iVoice – The iPad will respond to voice commands.
  • iSecurity – RFID/proximity tags replace front door keys.
  • iMessaging – Enables the broadcasting of messages on corridors outside of the apartment.
  • iRotation Room – Two-bedroom apartments can rotate to change the view of Dubai.
The building also features an iSpa, which among other things incorporates iDeckchairs which allows user to hear different pieces of music without wearing headphones.

The iPad is scheduled for completion in 2008.