Do you have those moments when you want to throw your camera in the air because it doesn’t work as it’s supposed to? You should get Squito. It’s 500g, made from and Titanium so throw away. And when you’re done, you’ll laugh at the excellent photos it took of you when you’re mad… in 360!
Designed to be throwable, Boston-based camera designer Steve Hollinger from built three small panoramic cameras together as small and as light as tennis ball. As it is thrown from one person to another taking multiple panoramas along the way, this fun 360 degree camera is definitely an early Christmas gift to all photography enthusiasts.
The New 360 Degree Camera Squito is fully equipped with orientation sensors, microcontroller, image processor and stablizers so it knows when and how to stitch the images accurately into a high quality single aerial panorama. Image stabilizers are important because it avoid blurry shots and out of focus shorts, especially when a camera is thrown 6 feet high. You can also send the 360 photography to your phone or laptop easily.
Squito, 360 Degree camera patent has been granted so manufacture will start soon, available for commercial and industrial purposes. In addition, the Squito is also perfect for extreme sports, military training, search and rescue, and more. Squito is said to be highly beneficial in finding bodies in places with its thermal imaging feature. Besides that, it can also spot snipers, explosive devices, and track enemy activity.
Steve Hollinger is planning to build Squito number 2. Still throwable, but now can capture slow-motion 360 degree videos. How awesome is that? Here’s a video of the Squito 360 degree camera in action: