MONTREAL, July 4, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Canadian consumer technology company Tamaggo announced today that they have signed a distribution agreement with Brookstone to distribute Tamaggo's panoramic video and picture device, the "ibi", through Brookstone's catalog and website portal in July as well as in select Brookstone stores across the US in late September 2014.
The ibi is the first ever consumer device with fully integrated, patented ImmerVision Enables panomorph technology that enables users to capture high-resolution, navigable 360º x 200º panoramic video and images with just one click and share via Wi-Fi.
"We're extremely excited about our distribution relationship with Brookstone," said James Ionson, General Manager, Tamaggo, North America. "It was a natural choice, since the ibi was designed for a target demographic that corresponds perfectly with Brookstone's clientele: consumers who are forever looking for the latest technological breakthroughs that are high quality and user friendly. Tamaggo's ibi is a perfect example of an imaging breakthrough that offers panoramic videos and pictures with a single click without the need to frame or stitch."
Tamaggo's launch of the ibi to consumers will be the first time such a powerful video and picture device will be available at retail stores. Although other companies have been working on similar technologies, none offer the same features as the ibi does: a single panoramic lens with 360º x 200º field of view, a 14-megapixel sensor, 8-gigabyte memory, videos in HD+, an LCD touchscreen, and compatibility with iOS, Mac OS, Android, and Windows.
Tamaggo Inc. is a Canadian consumer technology company based in Montreal, Quebec, specialized in developing modular, immersive communication tools for a wide variety of channels. After winning the CES 2012 Best Design and Technology Award, Tamaggo set out to develop its visionary concept for the ibi, the first ever high-resolution, navigable, panoramic 360º x 200º video and picture device. The potential applications of Tamaggo's technological breakthroughs are significant for corporations that use video or imaging tech, particularly in the area of OEM/ODM solutions.
SOURCE: Tamaggo Inc
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