Intel Capture180 Camera – The warped photographs are unwrapped in-camera into a hemisphere of image, and every thing outside of the traditional picture frame is kept as meta-data. When viewing photos, position detectors allow the camera’s viewfinder to act as being a window into a even now moment in time. If it’s a photograph of fireworks, you can position the camera over to the left see the people of the people sitting close to you- it’s like the camera never ever left the place. The additional meta-data also means that photos can be recomposed long after they’ve been shot. Photos could be cropped down or up, and this virtually eliminates the need for an individual to point. The whole landscape is captured along with each shot, then one or multiple photos can be composed from the scene later.
Design by Lucas Ainsworth