Panono is a Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera that allows users to take 360°, full spherical panoramic pictures. One quick toss in the air results in a fascinating full spherical panorama. Every picture taken with the Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera is a stunning full spherical panorama, 360 degrees horizontally and 360 degrees vertically, covering everything in every direction. Each photograph also offers rich details, thanks to the ultra-high resolution of 108 Megapixels.

These properties combined let you explore the panorama, zoom in very far and even discover objects that escaped your attention while taking the panorama. But most importantly, it lets you re-experience your memories. The concept featured on Kickstarter back in 2011 but is now available for pre-order for €580 including shipping.

So eBuzzers, is this something you would buy? Do you think this could revolutionize the way we look at photography?

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