speaker 1: I'm (??) with CNet here at CES on (??) a day or two days before the show and we're here to see something called (GoPan?) .
Tell us what it does?
speaker 2: (GoPan?) micros is an accessory for your iPhone 4 and 4S that lets you capture 360 degree (??) on the videos straight from your phone so you can see it here.
There we go and I can spin around with the camera person, with the crowd around.
Speaker 1: All right, that's super neat.
Why does anyone want it?
speaker 2: Well, it's a way to experience a scene in a way that you can't do with just a single view point of the camera.
If you're at the party and you wanna share your experience with your friends who couldn't be there, this lets you capture the entire event and then they at home can look at it at any direction that they want and choose their own view point.
Speaker 1: And how much does it cost once it's available?
speaker 2: $79, it's available now.
Speaker 1: Okay, thanks so much.
Speaker 2: Thank you.
CNET UK at CES 2012
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