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Lytro is truly impressive! How many images can be extracted on a horizontal plane from the lens array in a single shot? I am interested in autostereoscopic 3-D (lenticular) photography, and found an example animated GIF file here: http://blog.lytro.com/news/lytro-demo-at-asiad-allthingsd/. Also, has Lytro partnered with any integral imaging (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integral_imaging) device manufacturers?
Amateur photographer here, and I havent been this excited about a new piece of equipment in years! Getting ready to place my order, and I REALLY hope it arrives before February 15, when I depart on a 2 week trip around Laos and Thailand. What a great place to have living photos from!!
Zachary – as I’m sure you’re aware by now, if you placed your order this month, the estimated ship dates are April/May. Your confirmation email has more details.
Now all you need is an eye gaze direction sensor so the focus can happen automatically as in real life!
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Just got off the phone with Mayor of Mountain View Jac Siegel he is very impressed with your camera. To be honest I want your camera yesterday.
Please consider mailing me a camera asap so I can shoot some amazing Maui adventure shots and post them worldwide.
My background is in stereoscopy and I helped launch 3-DTV Corp at Consumer Electronics back in mid 1980′s with Michael Starks.
I need your camera so an underwater housing can be fitted asap.
As a technology test pilot there is no time like yesterday to start shooting with your new Light Field Camera
I am a specialist in lenticular 3D, and are working in a development stage of something revolutionary (lenses). Your camera could be interesting in 3D photo, and depth map calculation. If interested contact me : email@example.com Thanks.
More infos and resume can be found at : studioteknik.com (in french) and sample of work at : alteraction.ca
1 of the 2 company in Quebec that MAKE real HQ lenticular… nothing to prove, it’s work !, we sell !
How much will this carmera cost.? when will go on sale?
Are there any promotions being given when this camera first go on sale.?
With a sufficiently small aperture, I can keep most everything in focus, from up lcose to very far away. How do I set the DOF in a live photo so that everything shows up sharp? The sample images I’ve seen all show off the sleective focus ability for a given plane…
This is all a HUGE publicity stunt, right?
Heh! I saw this before it was posted here as I clicked the Youtube icon at the bottom of the site :D Next time mark the video as private when uploading, then it will be a surprise for everyone! (Nobody can see it without having the exact link but it can still be embedded)
Yep – lots of action this morning. My bad on getting the embed added to the blog timed to when we wanted to release the video. :)
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I am interested in using the technology as it may address our production problem in surface imaging(i.e., fabrics); evenly lighted surfaces require refocusing “until the two (2) criteria meet”. This requires minutes / hours in the set up and changes with repeat sizes in a pattern.
The above process is “mandated” as all images are tiled as the images are applied to a surface, i.e., a chair as per the demo on our web site; http://www.decisionimages.com..
If our application merits I would like to test the process ASAP. We will comply with your requirements as may be applicable for “beta testing”.
I look forward to your response.
Definitely would love to know more.
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Very attractive ideas, photos, photographic method. Can we do it on our microscopes? We think in terms of a “z” stack – many focal planes acquired in layers – each layer is another picture. Software figures out which focal layer is best for each local area of the photo. But your technology sounds like something more. I’m curious about 3D – stereo? – and then also taking optimal focus from each layer for each local area and making an “optimal” very large depth-of-field final photo – but it will no longer be “living” – but living requires a computer of sorts for viewing. You guys surely have this all figured out. In the camera, I’m thinking piezo controlled focus captures the whole stack for each photo? In any case, wonderful! My wife’s a photographer and loves the news about you guys!
Love it! Cant wait to see it in my hands!
I just read Ben’s Blog and have been going through your website and must say I’m blown away by the idea of a light field camera! Wow! I would definately like to know more about your company and products as more info is released.