by Stephen Schenck | July 25, 2013 6:59 PM
One of the new features Google introduced with the launch of Android 4.2 was its Photo Sphere, an extension of the normal sort of 360-degree panoramic shot, breaking free of that 2D plane and capturing a full sphere of imagery surrounding the photographer. It was fun when it worked, but its ambitious capabilities also could bite it in the foot, making neatly stitching together scenes a chore at times. That's why we're excited to learn of improvements present in the Android 4.3 Photo Sphere release, just detailed on Google+ by Photo Sphere Project Manager Evan Rapoport. Thankfully, the ...
by Joe Levi | October 31, 2012 3:56 PM
Android 4.2, "a new flavor of Jelly Bean", was announced earlier this week, with it comes a new Camera and Gallery app that let you take advantage of Google's Street View technology by enabling you to take quick-and-easy 360-degree, immersive panoramas. Before we get started, these files are leaks, they're not supported, and you're assuming the risk of something going terribly wrong. However, if want to give it a try, you're in luck! Here's what you're going to need: A rooted phone or tablet running Android 4.1.x Jelly Bean (some custom ROMs seems to work better than others) Root ...
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