Did you know 360 degree photograph can be tedious and difficult to capture with normal camera and aerial photography are even difficult to achieve. But you can do both photography easily with Panono (launching on Indiegogo).
Panono: is a Panoramic Ball Camera. A throwable, spherical device with 36 tiny, outward-facing cameras. When you throw it into the air, the Panono is able to judge the highest point and then capture a huge, 360-degree by 360-degree, 72-megapixel image.
Panono is perfect for busy locations, such as a party, music festival or convention, taking in absolutely everyone and everything that was happening at the time. The images are then previewed using the Panono apps for iOS and Android, before being stitched and archived for sharing on the Web.
Now, the team is pitching the cheaper Panono ball camera on Indiegogo. The campaign needs $900,000 to make the device a reality; backers will need to pledge a minimum of $549 to reserve a unit, although there’s also an early bird price of $499 for the first 600.