The BEON is a wrist camera that is designed to capture 360-degree panoramic photos and video, plus it's waterproof.
The 5Mp camera is housed inside what's essentially a watch and it can be set to always capture images or you can use the one-click function to capture an image. Battery life is pretty good lasting up to 4 days on 1 charge and the waterproof casing means you can take the device underwater although, we don't know as to what depth. There's also a time-lapse mode built-in and the BEON can be removed from the strap and attached to a bicycle or helmet.
There's an app available for iOS and Android that can be used to remotely control the 360-degree camera and when synced, you'll also receive notifications from your smartphone via the device.
BEON is launching on Indiegogo towards the end of this month with an early bird offer that makes the 360-degree wrist cam $99. For more information, check out the official website.
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