The Dot is a portable lens attachment for Apple’s handset. When you snap it to your device, it automatically aligns its lens to the iPhone 4′s camera. With it comes a dedicated iOS app that captures raw footage and stitches the individual clips into a fully navigable video that can be rotated around in the 360-degree freedom. Remarkably, the Dot also lets you stream panoramic video in real-time via your handset. If you’re interested to take the plunge, prepare to fork out $98. That sum buys you a Dot, a signed thank-you letter from developers and a mention on their website. They raised nearly ten grands at press time and the goal is to hit the $25,000 mark by July 3.