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Photos: Microsoft's eye on videoconferencing

Next year, the tech giant and mouse maker plans to sell a 360-degree Web camera called "the RoundTable."
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor on
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Microsoft Office Roundtable

No, it's not a Roomba with a police light on top. This is a 360-degree Web camera called "the Roundtable" that Microsoft plans to release next year. Previously known as "RingCam," it has been touted frequently in demonstrations by Microsoft Research.

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Roundtable's camera

A close-up of the 360-degree camera in the Microsoft Office Roundtable.

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