You can take the picture, THEN focus? Wha?
This sounds too good to be true.
Lytro is a Mountain View start-up that is developing the word’s first consumer light field camera. A light field camera captures additional information about the light in a scene, producing a photograph with remarkable characteristics–the image can be viewed in 3D, the focus can be adjusted after the photo is taken, and the viewer’s perspective can even be changed.
That’s insane. There are some crazy-smart tech people around here.
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