Panono, a spherical camera that features 36 lens and taking pictures automatically when it is released into the air: A row of gadgets and applications to take 360 pictures, a new competitor adds.
The idea behind this small and impressive camera, created by two students from the Technical University of Berlin, is to record everything that happens around him. While there are already similar devices as BublCam or applications that capture images such as Sphere or Cycloramic, the novelty in the case of Panono it is in its own way of capture: it was designed to be thrown into the air and take a picture peripheral when it reaches the highest point, allowing a much wider coverage.
Pictures taken with the camera are automatically sent to the user’s smartphone through an application to keep track of all the ‘scenarios’ captured and subsequently operate as a social platform to share images. However, those who prefer can also download them directly to your computer through the device’s internal memory, you can capture up to 400 images.
Panono is under funding through crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, which has set a goal of $ 900,000 for production and marketing. If you have one in hand, you can contribute to the project with donations starting at $ 25 or pre-order a worth of $ 499.