Panoramic Video – The Wave of the Future!
Panoramic Photographs – A Good Start
One of the more exciting innovations in smartphone cameras over the last few years has been the ability to take panoramic photographs. Panoramic images show a wide field of view, usually similar to that which might be captured by the human eye. With the majority of panoramic technology, you must first take several shots with slightly overlapping fields of view, and rely on the phone to “stitch” the segments together to produce a final cohesive image. As a result, it can be very difficult to capture dynamic action as it’s occurring, and video is out of the question. Panoramic photography has exploded in popularity in recent years in large part due to a popular desire to capture a more complete memory.
Why We Like It
- Sleek Design Attaches Directly to iPhone 4/4S
- Adds 360° Video Capabilities!
- Catadioptric Lens to Prevent Loss of Color Fidelity
- Ability to Upload Directly to Facebook From Looker App
Cross Your T’s, Dot Your i(Phone)
With the advent of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc., more and more people are able to capture and share moments of their life instantly with friends and family. This is the philosophy behind Dot by Kogeto Inc., a unique product that allows any iPhone 4/4S user to truly “Share the world around you” by recording immersive 360° video directly to your iPhone. The Dot is a cell-phone accessory that snaps directly onto your iPhone; simply download the free “Looker” application, and start recording! The specially-designed catadioptric lens works in conjunction with the iPhone 4/4S camera to prevent color distortion or a lack of color fidelity. The Dot adds a new dimension to your videos, allowing viewers to share your experiences like never before. The Dot is the perfect holiday gift for snowboarders trying to capture that perfect run, concert-goers who want to remember both the show on stage and the wild crowd behind them, or even the iPhone enthusiast on your list who always needs to have the next big thing.