Jun 12 2012, 9:42am CDT | by Susan McGlaun
It is that time of year again time for students all over to graduate from High School and College. It is also almost Father's Day a special day to show dad how much he means to you. If your dad or grad likes to take pictures with his/her iPhone than the GoPano 360 Degree Camera for iPhone is the perfect gift. It takes great panoramic view pictures with the touch of a button.
iPhone 4 can only capture a scant 60 degree's worth of images in front of it. That's only 1/6th of the total action around you! So what the fine folks at GoPano did was fit an iPhone with special mirrors and lenses that captures everything from every angle simultaneously. The full 360 degrees of action is recorded in a ring, and innovative software that not only unwraps the action to fit your iPhone screen, but also takes advantage of your iPhone's accelerometer, and lets you "navigate" through the scene by rotating your field-of view around. It's truly an immersive experience. Be sure to buy one your dad or grad today.
The GoPano 360 Degree Camera for iPhone is available at ThinkGeek for $47.99.
Father's Day 2012 is on the third Sunday of June, which is this year on June 17, 2012. Find the best gifts for Dads and Grads in our 2012 Dads and Grads Gift Guide. We also have gift tips for Moms too. Mother's Day is on May 13. Our Dads and Grads and Moms gift tips feature cool gadgets, computers, TVs, video games and more.
Source: The Edge Singapore
Susan is the editor of the shopping guide on I4U News. She is finding for our readers the best deals and the most interesting products to buy. She lives for finding a great deal that can save our readers serious money. For every season Susan is reporting about the best gift ideas including Back-to-School and of course the Holidays.
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