I am Jason Jenkins for CNET at CES 2014 here with what of success story.
Geonaute was here last year with a prototype and is back with a finished product.
It's an action camcorder that can create 360 degree panoramas.
It's really cool.
Let's take a look.
So once the action camcorder has captured all the video with its three cameras, you transfer the photo into a computer and you use the app that the company advised to watch it back.
If you then wanna watch it anything other than a laptop, you need to do a little bit of editing and then you can transfer all into something like an iPad and you can use your finger to scroll around the moving image.
It also works on an oculus rift, which is really cool.
Well, you put that on your eyes and you can just look around in a normal way your camera in an oculus at all the moving video.
Inside is a rechargeable battery plus an SD card that holds all the video.
And it's also possible to remote control the camcorder.
It's gonna cost $499 in the US or â?¬399 in Europe.
And it'll probably shape in Q3 this year.
I'm Jason Jenkins from
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