First Capture Then Focus

Lytro is the world’s first light field camera, lets you focus on any part of the image AFTER it’s captured

An unbelievable tool- a new camera that allow you to focus your pictures after you capture it :)

http://blog.gsmarena.com/lytro-is-the-worlds-first-light-field-camera-lets-you-focus-on-any-part-of-the-image-after-its-captured/

And to check out samples you can visit following link.

https://www.lytro.com/living-pictures/279

Click on different places of the picture and check the difference.

I guess no one checked out the picture by clicking on different points on the pictures specially on the web :)

https://www.lytro.com/living-pictures/279

one point and shot camera and photoshop cs5 can do it

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one point and shot camera and photoshop cs5 can do it

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Amanda are you sure about this what are you saying?

a sheer waste if

it only captures in HD i.e., a max of 1920x1080

lolz @ us, It's proved what we deserve, they are using 6 or more lenses to take an image that can be focused from anywhere after capturing and we are thinking it's happen in adobe or not or it's just full HD. That what we deserve..... No one noticed even how to focus any image in 2 Axis after capturing?

brilliant technology ofcourse...

@armada

i think you didnt get the point ...

End result of this technology is interesting but I think the principle is quite simple. Using multiple lens, they take picture at various focal lengths and the show the one which is at correct focal point.

actually you didn't introduced it first you directly took us to photos which have been taken with this new technology that's why i didn't get it..

http://blog.lytro.com/ now i know what it is

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actually you didn’t introduced it first you directly took us to photos which have been taken with this new technology that’s why i didn’t get it…

http://blog.lytro.com/ now i know what it is

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Amanda I gave little hint in first picture that is the spider one :)

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End result of this technology is interesting but I think the principle is quite simple. Using multiple lens, they take picture at various focal lengths and the show the one which is at correct focal point.

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Though it is just cause of extra lenses but point is again that how it is possible in 2 axis, like X and Y. In two dimension how it knows that what to focus and what not to? But I guess it’s format is something different, not jped, bmp or gif etc. Therefore in a huge memory on (GB’s) a few hundred or less pictures are stored but that is just wonderful :)