Have you tried the 'Donut selfie' yet?

Are you tired of posting those drab still selfies on your Facebook or Instagram account? A new form of video selfie called the 'Donut selfie' could now help you present some cool shots.

London: Are you tired of posting those drab still selfies on your Facebook or Instagram account? A new form of video selfie called the 'Donut selfie' could now help you present some cool shots.

The technique, created by an ex-Microsoft employee Karen Cheng from California, involves taking various panoramic video shots using the phone camera.

This 360-degree video selfie can be taken by orbiting your smartphone camera around your head at eye level while capturing the background scenery.

Editing each clip together gives the impression viewers are passing through your head and arriving at a different location each time, Cheng was quoted as saying.

"I did one that was from one side of my head to the other - made a donut around my head - and the video started looping and woahhhh that looked cool," Cheng said.

She has since released a video that shows the camera spinning around her head, with the scenery changing each time, from her workplace to a train station and even her bed.

You can create your own donut selfie using the front-facing camera on a smartphone, Mail Online reported.

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