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The ultimate smartphone photobooth is here with 540 degrees of action

Oct 21, 2013

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What happens when you combine 130 HTC One smartphones, a custom-made spiral housing and you? It’s time to find out.

Launched today, and on the road now, the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth is a one-of-a-kind 540 degree photo booth made entirely of smartphones, each powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor. With a subject in the center of the Snapdragon Booth, 130 HTC One cameras shoot in rapid succession to capture all the action in a frozen moment snapshot, which is then edited into a GIF file.

Check out the video of the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth and some of the first images being captured:

What makes the Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth possible? A Snapdragon processor. It gives your mobile devices breathtaking speed, jaw-dropping graphics and longer battery life so you can do more of the things you love. And whether you’re shooting action subjects, or in low light, the HTC One smartphone boasts a best-in-class camera, and many more features that make it the perfect device for capturing every moment.

Visit the official Ultimate Smartphone Photobooth page now to check out the amazing 540 degree images it’s capturing around the U.S., stay updated on new footage from the booth and vote for the Snapdragon Booth to come to your city.

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Staff Writer, Snapdragon Blog

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