iPhone and iPod Touch owners will soon be able to take 360-degree videos without having to move or even rotate their phones, courtesy of a new device called Dot.
Made by New York-based company Kogeto, Dot is an accessory that attaches to the iPhone to snap an immersive 360-degree panoramic video. People can lay the iPhone flat on any surface to record the video unattended or carry it with them as they walk down the street to capture a continuous panorama. But Kogeto recommends just putting the device down somewhere if you're at a party or meeting and letting it do its work.
Afterward, users can view and navigate 360 degrees through the video on their iPhone and even share the video on Facebook or Twitter.… Read more