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Lytro camera

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I discovered this little camera while waiting for my London flight this morning. This technology looks incredible.

Lytro says their sensor can take in »all the light traveling in every direction in every point in space.» In other words, the whole depth of field: focus after the fact.

Check out their official video:


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