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We've all grown accustomed to POV footage via helmet cams, but have you ever seen 360-degree footage of a trail? Or how about video that you can interact with for that matter?

In a nutshell, Joergen Geerds designed and built the first-ever smartphone powered 360-degree video recording rig, Dan Finkler linked the phones together, and Western Spirit's Mark Sevenoff took off down Slickrock Trail with the rig mounted to his bars.

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How did they do it? Joergen used a 3D printer to manufacture a custom-made cradle:

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Next, Software Engineer Dan Finkler stepped in to link together six Sony Xperia neo phones:

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Be sure to play with the View menu to get the most out of the experience.

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The Moab outing is the centerpiece of an Xperia Studio project sponsored by Sony Ericsson that aims to show the creative possibilities of its products. Pretty cool if you ask us. Now we just need a miniature helmet mounted version.
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