Android 4.2 Jelly Bean adds Photo Sphere for panoramic shots [video] (from AndroidAuthority)

The hype surrounding Android 4.2 has indeed been warranted. As we continue to explore the new iteration to the Android OS, new features and improvements continue to be revealed. The latest revelation has been Photo Sphere. This 360-degree panoramic shooting mode is like no other you have seen.  The Photo Sphere feature on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean now allows you to snap pictures in every direction while the stitching is automatically done for you. This means that you get to create your own Street View scenarios that you can navigate, share on Google+ and even allow others to enjoy your own creations.

Photo Sphere is essentially an app that is aimed at Apple’s latest iOS 6 Panorama feature update and Google has done a good job at it. When you take your first shot, Photo Sphere will automatically set the starting point and will give you another point of reference that overlaps with the first. This will go on over and over again until you have the entire scene covered. Once the rendering has been completed, you will have a large scrollable image similar to what you are used to with the Street View in Google Maps.

Watch the video HERE


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