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In this astonishing photo, a model is wearing a new gadget, from electronics manufacturer Toshiba, that enables the wearer to experience a full 360-degree view on a 40 centimetre dome-shaped screen.

This picture must be a joke. Since the whole contraption is not independently suspended, the person turning his head will turn the entire unit, thus there can be no 360-degree view.

Also, anyone who is involved with the 3d technology knows that the so called HMDs (head mounted device) are long available, barely larger than an ordinary eyeglass, provide perfect three dimensional view, allow head rotation and 360 degree view, if the software supports it, only these in good quality are very expensive.



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