What you are seeing here is not a small grenade, but hopefully the TSA will figure that out before there are any Ahmed Mohamed mistakes. This is the 360Fly, and it is a single lens-camera that can capture seamless content at 360 degrees on the horizontal and 240 degrees on the vertical.
I’ve tried out other 360 cameras before such as the V.360, and I’m hoping this one will be as simple to use, once you get used to it. The 360Fly is able to pair with a free iOS and Android application that will allow a smartphone or tablet to act as the camera viewfinder and remote.
This allows for taking videos as well as shooting, editing, and sharing content. This application will also enable an immersive virtual reality experience when mobile devices are paired with the Cardboard VR goggles.
If you want to see some 360 videos for yourself, head on over here to the 360Fly site and check them out. By the way, I’m hoping to get a review unit of this later, so I can review the 360Fly just before the holidays. It is going to be available exclusively at Best Buy after October 5th, and can be pre-ordered for a price of $399.99.