High-tech 'crystal ball' fits in the palm of your hand

At CES, just about any object you can imagine has been given a futuristic makeover – even the humble snow globe.

Cinema Snowglobes has unveiled its stunning miniature crystal balls, which can display 360 degree videos in the palm of your hand.

To activate the ‘miniature worlds’ inside the Cinema Snowglobe, all you have to do is shake it, just like the classic souvenir. 

CINEMA SNOWGLOBE 

Cinema Snowglobes has unveiled its stunning miniature crystal balls, which can display 360 degree videos in the palm of your hand.

The snow globes use displays like those featured in wearable devices.

This allows them to curve for a 360 panoramic view of the footage.

Each glass globe is filled with a water-based mixture and an acrylic base.

They can display still images or video.

For now, content can be uploaded with the micro-USB cord, but eventually, they’ll be wireless.

This means you’ll one day be able to send ‘memories’ to other snow globe owners as well.

Each snow globe has a video, or ‘memory,’ stored inside, CTO Scott Minneman told Dailymail.com.

At CES, the firm had all sorts of examples on display, from a view of someone’s journey across the Golden Gate Bridge and a stunning 360 degree fireworks show, to a video of the inventor’s dog.

The snow globes will act somewhat like a digital picture frame, allowing users to upload the content they wish to see.

And eventually, you’ll even be able to send memories to other people.

‘You put your content in via a USB port, but the future ones will be wireless,’ Minneman told Dailymail.com.

‘So not only will you be able to download from an app, but

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