Picsolve, a digital content capture partner, has announced a strategic partnership with Panora.me – the company behind the Super Selfie technology, which the two companies jointly launched early this year.
The Super Selfie takes a snapshot of the backdrop of any destination and combines it with a selfie of the visitors, who pose for a camera located up in a distant spot. Multiple images are taken of the users, resulting in a video that begins with a close-up of the visitors and zooms out to reveal the panoramic scenery around them.
The collaboration grants Picsolve exclusive rights to the Super Selfie technology, demonstrating the company’s advancement nto new leisure sectors across the US, European and Asia-Pac regions, following the acquisition of Freeze Frame in 2017.
Raphaël de Borman, founder at Panora.me, said: “We’re very proud of what we’ve achieved so far, but to reach more destinations worldwide it was important for us to partner with a global leader in content capture. We are excited at the prospect of developing many new innovations in partnership with Picsolve over the next year. Together, I’m sure we’ll make our ideas a reality and bring many new possibilities to market.”