July 11, 2011 21:42 by Ty
Focusing on an object with your digital camera can be frustrating at times when you are trying to get that perfect shot. Instead of ending up with a blob image on the digital camera LCD display, now you can just point, shoot, and focus the image later. Lytro, a new Silicon Valley company has a new light field camera that captures every light ray in the scene with a light field sensor. Instead of recording images in 2D, like current digital cameras on the market, capture everything with the Lytro light field camera.
“Light field cameras offer astonishing capabilities. They allow both the picture taker and the viewer to focus pictures after they’re snapped, shift their perspective of the scene, and even switch seamlessly between 2D and 3D views. With these amazing capabilities, pictures become immersive, interactive visual stories that were never before possible – they become living pictures.”
The great part about this technology is you can have your picture already shot, and then just click anywhere on the image to focus on the object. The demo picture below shows two different focusing points. Check out the Lytro magic image focusing demo pictures gallery.
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