In last week’s Intel University Design Expo, from the University of California, Department of Art Lucas Ainsworth shows us in it Capture 180 fish-eye camera. This camera uses a 180-degree fish-eye lens, can be done without full shot dead.
Capture 180 bringing the concept is real real photo, it will take 180 degrees under the hemispherical photographs, and all the metadata stored in the camera, the playback picture, the camera is the display. It is not simply the photo displayed on the camera, but can move with the camera, showing that “different parts” of the screen, like watching a real, like (similar to the Google star empty map), of course, can also be viewed on computer monitors.
More prominent as the fish-eye lens, in order to protect the lens, using a rotating design, usually will close at the camera. There are other more detailed design, following the video did a very good presentation.
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