BubbleScope

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It’s called the BubbleScope and what it does is–well here, have you gone to–let’s say the peak of a mountain or to the edge of the grand canyon and wanted to capture the view that surrounds you? So you take a picture and turn a number of degree and repeat the process until you’ve come full-circle.

Well, you won’t be doing that anymore if you have one of these. I know it’s a bit gimmicky. But if you’re a lomographer with a collection of rather unique cameras, this will be a great addition to your set.

It also creates QTVR (don’t quote me on this but I’m pretty sure it stands for Quicktime Virtual Reality) videos and what that is is the sort of files that allow you to scroll in whichever direction so you can picture what it was like to be there. If you’ve gone to view cars online and checked out the 360-degree view, that’s exactly what it is.

Unfortunately, I can’t tell you the price because it’s not up for sale yet, but you can check their website for more info on the device.

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