Tamaggo: The First Handheld 360 Degree Camera
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Tamaggo: The First Handheld 360 Degree Camera

You know we love capturing images, and we're betting you do too. And if you're anything like us, you've got a whole folder of 360 degree photo sets that you keep meaning to stitch together in Photoshop. Or maybe you've got PanoLab on your iPhone but still haven't nailed down how to make your panoramic photos not look like they were taken through a funhouse mirror. Aside from video, it's downright difficult to capture 360 degrees in one static moment. 

Downright difficult until now! Thanks to the Tamaggo, the digital 360 imaging experience is about to get a whole lot sharper, smoother, and simpler.

The Tamaggo 360-imager is the first device with a fully-integrated built in 360 degree panoramic technology, allowing you to capture the world around you seamlessly. Not only do you capture all three hundred and sixty degrees, but the photographs are high resolution and navigable. 

And the camera itself is already a social butterfly. Navigate through all of the 360 degree moments captured on the Tamaggo screen and share photos on Twitter and Facebook directly from the camera.

But when? And how much? The Tamaggo is scheduled to release later this year for less than $200. Less than $200 to take the art of capturing the world around you to a whole new level? We'll take it!

For camera nerds and electronics geeks, here are all the specs, straight from the Tamaggo site:

So next time you're in New York, you can actually show your friends and family an accurate portrayal of the bright lights and big city feeling of Times Square. ;) 

What gorgeous sites or moments would you like to capture with a Tamaggo? Any other camera wizardry you love that we should know about? Leave us a note in the comments below or send us photo ideas on Twitter.