Kogeto is transforming the way people capture and share video on the web by creating cameras that see the world around them and a web platform to let people share these experiences.
Kogeto invented consumer panormamic capture with Lucy, the world’s most advanced panoramic video camera, and put immersive media in your pocket with Dot, the world’s smallest panoramic video lens for the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Kogeto , Named one of New York Observer’s Top 12 to watch in 2012, Jeff Glasse has been innovating in the fields of digital media and video production for over twenty years. Prior to founding Kogeto spent a decade in senior management at Teachscape, where he ran interactive and video production, supervised the development of many of the company’s more advanced web technologies, and created the panoramic video capture solution in use for the Measures of Effective Teaching Project. Kogeto has produced video and interactive programs for such diverse entities as the United Nations, the National Civil Rights Museum, ESPN, and The Carter Center. He was the founder of DIGIT New Media, an award-winning documentary and interactive production company, and was a chief architect of Cubist Post and Effects, one of the most successful post-production facilities in Philadelphia.