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We all love capturing video on our iPhone and now thanks to Kogeto we can take amazingly awesome 360 degree video with the click of a button. It’s that simple. Not only is the video quality great but the interactive 360 views are unreal. Any serious iPhone user is all about innovative and well designed products when it comes to add-ons, and this one truly sets itself apart from the rest of them. When Kogeto says they’re trying to help you share the world around you…they’re dead serious.
The Dot raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter and is now in full force changing the way you see the world…one video camera at a time. And VentureBeat is going to help you get it at the low price of only $27.99!
(Note: This offer is available ot continental US customers only.)
Here’s what you can do with the Dot on your iPhone 4/4S:
- Shoot: Snap Dot onto your iPhone 4 / 4S, download our free Looker app, and press record. Dot will capture everything around you. Capture the crowd and the band. Film the beach at the same time as the sand volleyball team. Record a virtual tour of your dorm without missing a thing.
- View: The video on your screen is only the beginning. Swipe or click and drag across the screen to swivel around in 360°. Or switch modes and view all 360 at once in super-widescreen. You get to see everything.
- Share: Your Dotspot is ready to share with the world via email, Facebook, Twitter, or Kogeto.com with just a single click. Got a blog? Tumblr feed? Website? You can embed your videos there – or anywhere!
This Dot is specifically designed for iPhone 4/4S users. You’ll receive a black strap that snaps onto your iPhone and then you’ll be able to snap in the video lens which will allow you to capture your video. For more on this offer – including all important reminders – please visit the VB Store.
This offer won’t be around for long, so pick up a Dot for only $27.99 from the VB Store and start shooting the world in 360° today!
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