It does this using built-in panomorph technology that compiles a single 14MP panoramic shot rather than stitching together lots of smaller photos, spelling an end to dodgy exposure changes or bits of walking people missing.
At the non-lens end is a 2in touchscreen and mini USB port for charging and photo transfer duties. Inside is a li-polymer battery as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functionality for quick sharing of your best snaps.
There's also a handy circular stand for taking locked off shots that when used automatically starts a self timer. Neat.
Do we need a camera that just does 360° panoramas in our lives? We dont' know, but at least it'll be fun finding out.
The Tamaggo 360-imager is expected to go on sale for under US$200 in Q2 of this year.
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