Focus-Free Camera Snaps What The Human Eye Sees

Focus-Free Camera Snaps What The Human Eye Sees

The Lytro could change increase the level of visual accuracy of photographs.

Yi Chen
  • 22 february 2012

A new range of cameras created by a Silicon Valley startup company will revolutionize the way people take photos. The Lytro camera uses light-field technology to record visual information. By capturing an array of of color and light intensity in a photo, users won’t need to worry about focusing on an object and can essentially adjust the focal point after the picture is taken.

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