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Carvana Acquires 360-Degree Imagery Tech Startup Car360

PYMNTS.com - 18 Apr 2018
Notably, Car360 was founded in 2012 as a panoramic video app called Cycloramic; it was only after its appearance on Shark Tank and an investment from Mark Cuban that the company pivoted to focus on “augmented vehicle imagery” and became Car360.
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This Is The Best App For Taking Panoramic Photos

Business Insider - 01 Aug 2014
The hands-free mode is certainly the coolest feature of the app, but it requires you to have both a flat surface and an iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S to work. But even at its most basic, Cycloramic offers the ability to take traditional, guided panoramas and ...
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Here's the panoramic photo app that made waves on 'Shark Tank'

Business Insider - 19 Sep 2015
The app Cycloramic allows users to take hands-free panoramic photos. It does so by manipulating the phone's vibration mechanism to spin around on its own. Mark Cuban announced he would invest in the app when its founder appeared on Shark Tank.
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The “Shark Tank” Effect On Apps

TechCrunch - 24 Feb 2015
Meanwhile, one of the more popular apps that proved the show's abilities to push startups into the App Store stratosphere was Cycloramic, a sort of gimmicky but fun app that used the iPhone's vibration function to turn itself around while taking a 360 ...
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Whatever Happened to ... the Waring neighborhood theater?

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 24 Mar 2018
Ads hyped the Waring as “One of the most modern and scientifically planned theaters in the East” with innovations like “the astounding new Cycloramic Screen with its astounding 3-dimensional effect.” Moviemaking advances like Cinemascope were ...
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Cycloramic After Shark Tank – Recent Updates

Gazette Review - 09 Jun 2016
Bruno Francois had the idea for Cycloramic when he noticed that his phone, lying flat on a table, would move across it. He wondered if he could take advantage of this phenomenon. By making minor tweaks to vibration patterns in his smart phone, he was ...
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How Bruno Francois Has Kept the Self-Spinning iPhone Going

Core77.com - 10 Oct 2014
Back in 2012 he figured out how to game the vibrating function in an iPhone 5, combined with data from the gyro and compass, in order to cause the iPhone to precisely rotate in place when stood up on its edge. The resultant app he created, Cycloramic, ...
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Steve Wozniak praises panorama app that spins iPhone

Telegraph.co.uk - 30 Dec 2012
Cycloramic is an iPhone app that uses the vibrate function to steadily rotate the phone while it stands on its end, creating a 360-degree video panorama in the process. Steve Wozniak, who founded Apple with his friend Steve Jobs in the 1970s, made a ...
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This you got to see: the self-rotating pano app

ZDNet - 03 Jan 2013
Cycloramic ($0.99, App Store) is one of the coolest apps that I've seen in a long time. It harnesses the iPhone's software and hardware in a totally unique way. Cycloramic rotates your iPhone 5 automatically while shooting video (completely handsfree ...
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Selfies, Frontbacks and More: The New Wave of Mobile Photo Apps

Re/code - 24 Feb 2014
Cycloramic and Selfie36 are both made by Egos Ventures, but do very different things: Cycloramic makes your smartphone spin on its own to take the “perfect” panoramic image, while Selfie360 turns your self-portraits into mini-movies (because what ...
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Shark Tank's tech winners & rejects

Network World - 06 Feb 2014
ABC's "Shark Tank" program, on which entrepreneurs make their pitches to a panel of high profile investors on national TV, isn't the final word on whether a product or service will succeed. But as last week's show featuring Egos Ventures' $1.99 ...
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Selfie360 Turns Your Face Into A Gif

TechCrunch - 18 Feb 2014
What's better than a selfie? A selfie that is also a gif. Meet Selfie360, the newest, and most aptly named, app from the Cycloramic team. After building an app that automatically rotates your phone (hands-free, no less) to take a 360-degree photo, the ...

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