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Sphericam is the world's first affordable, GPS-enabled, live internet streaming, 360º video camera
Sphericam 1 was the world's first 360º video camera for consumers. Launched in Dec. 2012, it received more than 3x its funding goal. We're now building Sphericam 2. Get notified at www.sphericam.com !
Sphericam 1 was the world's first 360º video camera for consumers. Launched in Dec. 2012, it received more than 3x its funding goal. We're now building Sphericam 2. Get notified at www.sphericam.com !
78 backers pledged $34,631 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on August 18, 2013

      What is going on? Any satisfactory solution with the battery issues so far?
      Backers' minds would like to know!

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      Matthew on May 4, 2013

      Oops just spotted recent update, great progress!

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      Matthew on May 4, 2013

      Any updates to report? Would be great to see some progress!

    4. Paul Mears on March 24, 2013

      How's the development going? Been a while since an update...

    5. Jeffrey Martin 2-time creator on February 26, 2013

      Thanks Kokobin.

      This London gigapixel project was a tremendously large project that went a couple of months over schedule. Unfortunately it has meant that Sphericam has not been able to receive as much attention from me in the past days as I would have liked. However, it is progressing. Parts are being ordered and assembly is going to be happening soon.

      Jeffrey

    6. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on February 23, 2013

      Congrats on the Largest Photograph In The World record project.
      Saw you and your team featured on the BBC technology show Click yesterday.

    7. Jeffrey Martin 2-time creator on February 3, 2013

      Yes.

      I will give an in-depth update soon: lenses, hardware, software. We have been very hard at work and are aiming to deliver an even better product than what we've shown.

      stay tuned!
      Jeffrey

    8. Paul Mears on February 3, 2013

      Any updates guys?

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      Paul Palmer on January 13, 2013

      Well done Jeff,
      Awesome to see the sphericam evolve from those early days in Prague . We still have a bit of footage of when you and Zack did the walk around your street :)
      Paul

    10. Jeffrey Martin 2-time creator on January 12, 2013

      Thanks Kokobin!

      Time to get to work :)

      jeffrey

    11. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on January 12, 2013

      Scratch Jeremy.
      Arise Jeffrey!!!

    12. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on January 12, 2013

      Congrats, Jeremy. You have done it!!!
      Thanks to all who made it possible.

    13. Jeffrey Martin 2-time creator on December 24, 2012

      The camera stalk is not telescopic :) it is a fixed length. And then you can use an extension cable if you wish.

      Here is a "timelapse" - 4FPS speeded up to 25FPS.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch…

    14. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on December 24, 2012

      Is the length of the camera stalk adjustable or fixed?
      A link to a time-lapse video made with the Sphericam?

    15. Jeffrey Martin 2-time creator on December 14, 2012

      HI Kokobin,

      Thanks for the support!

      I will talk to you about getting some kind of case sorted out for you. If you're concerned about that, I think we can sort something out. I also don't want you to break your precious camera :-)

      thanks,
      Jeffrey

    16. kokobin
      Superbacker
      on December 14, 2012

      I am glad to be the one to put Sphericam over the top
      I wonder what a carry case would cost if not included in the price.
      It is an awful lot of investment to carry around without a dedicated case for protection or even while using.