Posted: Apr 7 2008, 7:44am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:13am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


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TosPom is a fun little concept of a ball that takes photos when you play catch.

TosPom was already demonstrated last November in Japan.
When the photographer throws TosPom to the object, the object’s face will be taken automatically as the object catches it, and the picture will be shown on the display.
With TosPom, the act of taking pictures becomes a mutual, interactive activity that involves both the photographer and the object while both parties engage in a fun activity of playing catch. Moreover, the photographer can draw out a more natural and relaxed expression from the object. I'm not sure if TosPom is enough fun to actually make it into production.
More details on the TosPom project page. Via NewLaunches.

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