|Dec 27, 2012, 10:06 PM||#1|
Cycloramic App Captures Hands-Free 360 Degree Video Using iPhone's Vibrate Motor
Cycloramic is a clever panoramic video app that was released earlier this week. Unlike most panorama apps available for the iPhone, Cycloramic doesn't require users to hold the phone steady while rotating in a circle.
Instead, the app takes advantage of the strong vibrating feature of the iPhone. When balanced on a flat surface such as a granite countertop, the phone will spin on its own, capturing a hands-free 360 degree video using either the front-facing or rear camera. TechCrunch has a rundown on how it works:
Cycloramic can be downloaded from the App Store for $0.99. [Direct Link]
Article Link: Cycloramic App Captures Hands-Free 360 Degree Video Using iPhone's Vibrate Motor
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