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A Laguna Beach, California-based company is looking to bridge the gap between VR headsets and sci-fi style holodecks by combining live 3D virtual reality broadcasts with plenoptic capture technology to allow viewers full freedom of movement in a VR broadcast.
Lytro has unveiled its powerful vision for the future of photography with the new LYTRO ILLUM light field camera and software platform.
GIA announces the release of a trend report on Light Field Photography.
The US Patent and Trademark Office confirmed this week that Apple was granted a patent for a "digital camera including refocusable imaging mode adaptor," that would allow a user to snap a photo and then refocus the image after the fact.
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Toshiba said they expect to have a new smartphone camera on the market in two years that will change the way photos are taken.
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