First look at Panomoments at CP+ 2017

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On video it doesn’t capture the real essence of the effect, but its way way more than just VR. This was first time I held a phone without using VR glasses that it looks like a proper window into a world, then comparing watching other VR videos as this got proper parallax in it while moving, which most VR won’t have it when viewing without VR goggles and just looks flat. And with it being also controlled by time, you can do creative things like long period timelapse where you can see the environment change while you pan from one side to the other. And you can achieve this with a relative affordable setup, as you only need one camera and a 360 timelapse motors which are pretty affordable.

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