Now you can broaden the picture and video capabilities of your iPhone with the Kogeto Dot. Position the viewfinder over the lens and snap on the unit. Next, install the included iOS to dewarp the images coming through the viewfinder. Congratulations. You’re all set. The only drawback is that the unit requires your iPhone to be held face down for it to work. This effectively restricts you from seeing what you’re recording. Maybe you’ll wind up with a bunch of headless people in your video. If that’s a trade-off you can make, then they retail for $100 on Kickstarter.