Alongside Facebook's news that it has launched 360-degree photos, the new ALLie Camera is announcing that it is fully integrated with Facebook to allow its users the capability to take, share and interact with 360-degree photos.
The new feature will allow ALLie Camera users complete control in sharing life's memorable moments with the only camera that's always on, capturing every inch of the room.
The ALLie Camera is the world's first 360-degree everyday use camera with 24/7 viewing, recording, live streaming, still-capturing, social sharing and virtual reality (VR) viewing capabilities – allowing users to see it all, all the time, no matter where they are. It doesn't require batteries and can be mounted on walls and ceilings or stand on most surfaces.
"Now through this new integration with Facebook, people on Facebook can take and share photos in the most exciting way possible, save memorable moments forever, and even imagine themselves in the environment through VR."
Sharing 360-degree photos taken on your ALLie camera is a simple, intuitive process. Users will simply click "snapshot" from the main screen, click "share" to Facebook from their gallery screen, and even write an optional caption. Your Facebook friends can then interact with the photo by dragging their finger around the screen or holding their phone at a different angle right from within Facebook's News Feed.
"We've had so many users tell us about how the ALLie camera is helping them capture special moments with family and friends in a way never before possible," said Dmitry Kozko, President of ALLie.
Also published on Medium.