David Bohrman, chief executive of Pseudo Programs Inc., who heads Pseudopolitics.com, holds a 360-degree camera in his New York office that will be used at political conventions to stream live footage over the Internet. Bohrmans Web site plans to place be-there cameras in the convention halls in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, where Republicans and Democrats, respectively, are meeting, so users can decide what angle they want to see at any given time, giving them a level of control not possible while watching television or reading a newspaper.


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