It can’t quite replace your action camera, but the Rylo shows a glimmer of what the future of consumer video could be. Enter Rylo, a startup founded in part by the man responsible for Instagram’s impressive Hyperlapse video stabilization. It may be the first company to truly bring 360 into the mainstream with the eponymous Rylo camera ($499). It uses spherical video capture not to output a virtual reality experience, but rather to create more interesting fixed-frame videos — that is, standard rectangular content.

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