Bublcam is a 360-degree camera that shares everything around you spherically, similar to how Google Street View allows you to pan 360-degrees in any direction. By using four, 190-degree lenses that overlap one another, Bublcam allows the user to easily capture panoramic views. It also allows you to stream directly to your computer, tablet, and even your iPhone (don't worry, Android compatibility is on the list), by using the onboard WiFi setup.
CEO Sean Ramsay came up with the idea to make 360-degree imagery accessible to the masses while working for a company that was helping to develop Google Street View. He saw potential for panoramic photos, filmmaking, and interactive videos and took it upon himself to put the Bublcam idea in motion. Bublcam to has the ability to take 14-megapixel photos, and can shoot video at 1080p at 15fps, or 720p at 30fps. It also has a micro SD card slot, for instant storage.
Bublcam is still in the prototype stages, but the has already raised over $265k in about two weeks, far-surpassing its goal of raising $100k for the entire campaign. The company hopes to have a manufacturer chosen by the time the campaign ends in just under a month, and hopes to have full-on production ready to go, as well. You can get your hands on a Bublcam via Kickstarter for $429, and you can check out the video below to see it in action.