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    Friday
    Nov022018

    The Giz Wiz Show 1699, November 2nd 2018 Independent Show #182 

    The Giz Wiz Show is far into it's 13th year of production, and the fourth year of Independent Production! (The very first show was February 20th, 2006.) Thanks to our wonderful Patreon supporters we continue on! If it wasn't for them, the Giz Wiz Show would be gone. If you'd like to support OMGchad & DickDe in our independent venture (we pay for everything ourselves, including travel) just click the Patreon link at the top of our show web page: http://www.gizwiz.tv.  You can also contribute just once via the PayPal link that's there too. And thank you for doing that! Our show wouldn't exist without our viewer's support, but a bit more support would be a big help. Thanks from OMGchad & DickDe!)

    This week we check out three new, unique gadgets from PhotoExpo 2018 which took place at the Javits Convention Center in NYC, October 25th to 29th(Thank you Larry Gerson for shooting our videos for today's show.)

     

    Take one of your favorite 360 degree photos and it crafted into a 360 degree globe.

     

    While roaming the aisles at PhotoExpo I came across a table with 360 degree globes, each bearing a great photo. Talking to guys at the booth, I found out that this was the first public showing of their Snapsheres. Here's how it works. You go to their website, upload your favorite 360 degree photo and they make into a globe consisting of 32 magnetic interlocking polycarbonite pieces. It comes with a basic plastic stand. If you use something a little source under the globe (they don't make anything like that yet) your 360 degree photos will glow from within. Now this process is not inexpensive. One Snapshere costs $139.99. But I'm sure it will attract a lot of attention, but more importantly let you enjoy one of your favorite 360 degree pictures any time you like at your Snapsphere.

     

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/BJasu5LPxZ8  

     

    Compay Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=58&v=nq2CnAv0cXk

     

    Company website: https://www.snapspheres.com/

     

    See or hear this episode: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1699

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