The Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera

The Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera is a concept device put together by Jonas Pfeil which is not only designed for throwing, but in doing so, takes a 360° panorama of wherever you are. This innovative camera uses 36 cellphone camera sensors placed around the outside of the ball, protected by foam. When you grab the ball and throw it into the air, the on-board accelerometer calculates the apogee — the point where the ball is stationary at the top of the arc — and it captures the entire scene.


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