From CultOfMac: The Squito is a rugged ball with a panoramic camera inside, and it’s designed to be thrown. What’s more, it’s stabilized, and has sensors so it knows where it is and which way it’s facing. The obvious use is to toss it in the air and grab some neat selfies, but you could use it for more serious applications too: making a quick accurate map of a construction site, say, or — I don’t know – making an awesome selfie? I can’t really think of anything else.
Squito, A Throwable Panoramic Camera
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