Shooting amateur video on the fly from your smartphone is commonplace (48 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, says Google). There’s just one problem: You’re only getting one point of view.
Not so with the Kogeto Dot, a bubble-like iPhone attachment that allows for shooting video across a 360-degree field, all at the same time. Slap the attachment on the back and hold the phone horizontally like you would a dish, and the camera records everything going on around you for up to eight minutes. And much like YouTube, videos are uploaded to Kogeto’s servers where you’re able to share and stream your home movies to friends.
At $80, it won’t break the bank either. Find it on Amazon now and on Apple store shelves come February.