The camera is still in its design phase, and not all of the features have been finalized. It appears to have two fish-eye 180° lenses, and when you take a photo, the camera stitches two images together into a single full panorama. It then beams the data over Wi-Fi to your smartphone or tablet. From there you can interactively pan around, or even zoom out and view the entire image as a sphere. Talking to DigInfoNews, Ricoh talked about plans to shrink the device, as well as the possibility of adding video support.