360-degree cameras to take Oscar ogling to new height


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LOS ANGELES: Celebrity watchers won’t need to dress up to feel like they’re at the Oscars this year. For US$5 (RM16), they’ll be able to gaze around at whoever they wish, focus in on a dress or a bowtie and watch A-listers brush past them up the steps to the Kodak Theatre — all on the Internet.

And for the first time, viewers will be able to peek at an exclusive after-party called the Governors Ball and watch winners have their name plates engraved and attached to their statuettes.

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