This is oddly compelling. A Japanese TV show has a regular segment where they assemble a group of artists, ranging in age from children to the elderly, in a circle around an object. They each then draw the object from their perspective and in their unique sketching style. In this episode the subject is one of the finest examples of industrial design from the last century, the Aeron Chair:
The show is called Design Ah! and is intended to educate children about design. I'm trying to find out more about the show, what the 360 sketching segment is called and where I can find more, but the program's Japanese-language website is untranslatable. If any of our Japanese readers can offer any assistance, please do chime in!