Open Up Your Umbrella To See Beautiful 360° Photography With The Panorella – Design You Trust

Open Up Your Umbrella To See Beautiful 360° Photography With The Panorella

Japanese creative lab and agency PARTY, however, is now embracing a new trend of 360-degree photography by offering a service that allows you to decorate the interior of your umbrella with your own 360-degree photos in gorgeous quality.

More: Panorella, Facebook h/t: grapee

The Panorella service allows users to upload their own 360-degree photography, which are then used to turn the roof of your umbrella into a beautiful picture of your choosing. This means that even on the gloomiest of rainy days, you can surround yourself with your favorite travel spot, relaxing scenery, or even pictures of your best buddies.

And if you don’t have any particular photos you want to use, but like the aesthetic, you can choose from professional photography provided on the site.

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