Throwable Camera Ball Can Help Search & Rescue Missions [Video]

Throwable Camera Ball Can Help Search & Rescue Missions [Video]
technology

Squito allows users to capture 360-degree air shots in dimly lit conditions.

Yi Chen
  • 10 july 2013

Squito is about the same size as a tennis ball and is able to capture panoramas in just a throw. The device was created by Steve Hollinger, an artist and inventor based in Boston, USA.  The ball is equipped with a sensor, microcontroller, image processor, and three cameras that can capture sequential frames when it’s thrown into the air.

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