Tamaggo 360-Imager, a digital camera engineered to capture an all-encompassing, 360° panoramic images at 14-megapixel sizes from nearly any angle. Think of all those times when you've awkwardly outstretched your point-and-shoot or smartphone, or had to setup your DSLR on timer, all in hopes of getting yourself with your best mates or guy/gal pal in the shot. The ergonomic handheld is designed to captures image in four automatic orientations without the need to focus and just one button: Sky 360°, Ground 360°, horizontal panoramic, and vertical panoramic. A 2" screen touchscreen allows for previewing what you've snapped, though we wonder how easy it will be touch navigating on such a small screen. All this photographic tech is planned for a 2nd quarter appearance for under $200. Unfortunately, as fun as this all sounds, Tammago only had non-functional prototypes at CES (we did get to hold/handle the non-working model, but it proved to produce unsatisfying images even with our excellent imagination), with stand-in sample images illustrating what looks to be a promising tech toy. The Tamaggo joins the recently released "everything in focus" Lytro in a new wave of secondary cameras aimed for social occasions. Whether these serious photo toys catch on like the photo-cult of Lomography is still to be seen, but we certainly look forward to the day when this concept develops into a reality to play around with.