Launched by Kogeto, the new attachment known as Dot enables iPhone users to take 360-degree videos without moving or rotating their phones.
With "Eureka Park," the giant consumer-electronics show is aiming to capture a bit of the heat being generated by startups these days. For the first time in 10 years, it has an area dedicated to startups, and a number of those companies are focusing on digital imaging.
Startup Kogeto's Dot panoramic lens, a $79 clip-on device that works alongside an app called Looker, is coming to all U.S. Apple retail stores later this month.
CES has a new startup section, and it's packed with garage tinkerers trying to live out their dreams. A few of note include lens maker Kogeto, rubber-ring maker TxtRng, and robotics company Ologic.
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