Spinning around real fast with your camera is one way to take a panoramic photograph. A crappy way. Resolve to de-crappify your photo skills in 2012 with the Tamaggo 360-imager, a petite, 14-megapixel camera that takes 360 degree images using panamorph technology. Fancy name, no? Well yeah–it allows you to navigate, zoom and crop images instantly. A 2-inch LCD touchscreen controls the action, and the juice comes from a Li-polymer battery via mini USB. You also get Bluetooth and WiFi to quickly show off those landscape photos of the Grand Canyon, or your “personalized” cubicle at the office. Set aside $200 for this one’s spring release.