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2014-01-20 23:04:11

GIA announces the release of a trend report on Light Field Photography. Light Field Photography is projected to witness strong growth driven by developments in computational photography and growing demand for smart photography technologies that can produce immersive 3D pictures, and videos. San Jose, California (PRWEB) January 20, 2014 Follow us on LinkedIn – Light Field Photography, also referred to as Plenoptic photography, is a technology that enables highlighting a particular area...

2013-11-07 23:28:46

MarketReportsOnline.com offers “Light Field Camera: Key Players and Major Developments” - a new market research report in its library. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 07, 2013 This light field camera market report provides detailed information about how light field cameras function, their comparison with traditional cameras, their applications and includes product and patent deployments of three major light field camera companies, namely Lytro, Raytrix, and Pelican Imaging. In 2012,...

2011-06-23 14:20:24

Lytro said Wednesday its developing a camera that allows people to adjust the focus on photos after they take them. Ren Ng of Stanford University began the project while working on his PhD eight years ago.  This effort led to the creation of the first camera that captures the entire light field in a scene. According to Lytro, software was designed to use the light data to allow points of focus to be easily shifted in digital images. "Shoot now, focus later," the California-based...

2009-09-04 08:45:00

Stanford scientists' open-source camera could change photography by giving programmers anywhere the power to change camera features and create new possibilities. Stanford photo scientists are out to reinvent digital photography with the introduction of an open-source digital camera, which will give programmers around the world the chance to create software that will teach cameras new tricks. If the technology catches on, camera performance will be no longer be limited by the software that...

2009-07-20 13:46:48

Physicists at New York University have developed a technique to record three-dimensional movies of microscopic systems, such as biological molecules, through holographic video. The work, which is reported in Optics Express, has potential to improve medical diagnostics and drug discovery. The technique, developed in the laboratory of NYU Physics Professor David Grier, is comprised of two components: making and recording the images of microscopic systems and then analyzing these images. To...

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