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Future cameras will get 360 degrees photos in one shot [Gadget]
posted February 3 2013 8:41.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This omnidirectional camera which is still under development, takes a 360 degrees photo and it sends it to you smartphone! It seems that this is the next step beyond the SLRs...

It has two fish-eye lenses, each of which covers 180 degrees. The camera combines the two pictures, and sends them via Wi-Fi to a tablet or smartphone for viewing. The idea is, the pictures you take arrive automatically.

When viewing it like a regular panoramic image, you can also see up and down. When you pull out from the image, it finally becomes a circle, and you can also look at it as a sphere.




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