Beauty is all around. RICOH THETA Beauty is all around

See RICOH THETA in action

How RICOH THETA works


See Spherical images

The Beauty Beyond Boundaries project showcases
the unique creative power of the RICOH THETA
to capture multidimensional moments in time.

Take amazing spherical images
with RICOH THETA.

A new way to take pictures.

RICOH THETA is light and small enough to carry with you anywhere. But unlike a normal camera, there’s no need to pose or compose your shot in any way. RICOH THETA lets you take pictures without even thinking, just hold it at any angle and hit the button.


The next best thing to actually being there.

Where you would normally just look at a picture, you explore and become part of RICOH THETA images. You can move around the picture left and right, up and down and experience details you didn’t even see with your eyes.


Start sharing the world around you.

Using RICOH THETA, you can capture your entire surroundings in a way you have never seen before. You can transfer these spherical images from RICOH THETA to your smartphone and then easily share them on social networking services.

* In the AndroidTM app, images can be shared on Facebook/Twitter.


Courtesy of Google

Share your own Street View with the world.

You can create your own Street View simply by posting spherical images taken with RICOH THETA to Google MapsTM. By posting spherical images to Google+TM, you can rotate and view spherical images on an Android phone and share the images easily with friends.


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Official App

  • RICOH THETA for iPhone

  • RICOH THETA for Android

RICOH THETA for iPhone and RICOH THETA for Android are dedicated apps for enjoying (taking, viewing and sharing) spherical images captured with RICOH THETA. You can also enjoy sample images with just the app.

Apps connected with RICOH THETA

Photosynth is the leading app for panoramic capture and sharing of the places you love. Now with integrated support for the RICOH THETA.

This image is not an actual photograph.
photo by Randy Scott Slavin