So now we'll get into the bad news. To use everyAir, you will need a PS3 (obviously), a Mac or PC, an HD capture card, an input interpreter (i.e. PS3 Eagle Eye Mouse), and your iOS device. It works by sending the captured information to your PC, which then sends that information to your iOS device. Your gestures on the screen are sent to the input interpreter, which relays them back to the PS3. So sufficed to say, this is more of a novelty hack than an elegant porting solution.
But we don't mean to criticize Pandaelf. They've done a great job integrating the iOS interface with PS3 controls. And there's surely a customer with the perfect set of circumstances. For example, now you can take your gaming outside on a beautiful day, without having to move the television. Or you can still play your games, even if someone is occupying your gaming space.
source: everyAir via Electricpig