Ta­m­aggo 360LiveCam

£332.50, ta­m­aggo.com

T3 - - Issue 273 / Oct 2017 -

What’s this? It looks like a big me­tal­lic egg.

You’ll find no yolks here, only a palm-sized, Blue­tooth-con­nected cam­era de­signed to shoot 360° stills and videos of your life – from travel ad­ven­tures and life events, to par­ties, gigs and gath­er­ings – ready to be shared with the world.

Is it easy to use?

You bet! The cam­era fea­tures an in­te­grated 1.5-inch LCD touch­screen, so you can start shoot­ing then re­view­ing your footage in­stantly. Al­ter­na­tively, you can con­trol the cam­era re­motely us­ing the iOS/An­droid-friendly Smart Shar­ing app. The built-in gy­ro­scope, ac­celerom­e­ter and com­pass take care of sta­bil­i­sa­tion and image orientation.

How do I share what I shoot?

The 360LiveCam’s ded­i­cated Smart Shar­ing app makes it easy to man­age your photos and videos and to share con­tent to your so­cials with just a sin­gle click. If you want your far-flung pals to ex­pe­ri­ence your life-af­firm­ing mo­ments as they hap­pen, share a web-link of your live stream and they can tune in from any­where in the world, in full 360 vi­sion.

Nice! What else can it do?

In­vest in a pair of Ho­mido VR gog­gles from the Ta­m­aggo web­store, slide your smart­phone in­side and re­live your 360LiveCam mem­o­ries over and over, in com­plete im­mer­sion.

Okay, so when can I get my hands on one?

The 360LiveCam is avail­able to buy right now.

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