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Lytro Light Field Camera For Android Out In 2014 (Rumor)

06/10/2014, When it comes to cameras on Android-powered devices, there is a fair number of those out there that do feature some high end capabilities, and it does seem as though the pack is about to get augmented if this particular rumor from @evleaks turns out to be...

Lytro’s Illum Camera Receives Aperture Support

04/22/2014, The next generation $1,500 Illum ‘light-field’ camera from Lytro has been given a boost thanks to the introduction of dedicated Mac software, not to mention having Aperture support thrown into the mix as well. It does look as though this...

Apple Patent Reveals Lytro-like Camera Plans

11/27/2013, We’re sure you guys have heard of the Lytro camera which for those unfamiliar, is a rather unique camera in the sense that you could shoot your photos first and focus on specific portions of the photo later. This allowed photographers to capture images...

Lytro Manages To Raise $40 Million In Funding Towards New Products

11/22/2013, Back in 2011, the Lytro camera was introduced. The camera was unique not just in terms of its design, but its functionality as well. It did not look like your typical camera but what made it pretty interesting was how photographers could capture images...

Lytro Announced Lytro 3D Software Update

11/14/2013, The Lytro camera was announced a couple of years ago and for those unfamiliar with the camera, it’s basically a device that takes the effort out of focusing on photos. Instead the camera allows users to capture the image or moment first, upload the...

FocusTwist iPhone App Gives Your Phone Lytro-like Capabilities

04/23/2013, Some of you guys might have heard of the Lytro camera, a camera which basically snaps photos first and allows you to focus on different parts of the image later. Pretty handy in a situation where you just want to capture the moment rather than worry about...

Toshiba Develops Lytro-Like Smartphone Camera Sensor

12/27/2012, Earlier today we reported that Toshiba had a 20MP image sensor planned for point-and-shoot cameras, and it looks like Toshiba’s foray into the photography industry isn’t stopping there. According to Asahi Shimbun, it seems that Toshiba is currently...

Lytro Perspective Shift Introduced

11/15/2012, Lytro has just announced a couple of new features for its eponymous light field camera, where there will be a new software update in the weeks to come that will offer Lytro photographers the ability to change the point of view in a picture – not...

Lytro cameras gain manual controls through firmware update

10/09/2012, The Lytro camera, which packs a entirely new category of camera sensor, is gaining significant features–even if you’ve already bought one. Previously, the light field camera was deceptively simple: your only option was where to point the...

Lytro for Windows now available

07/24/2012, It looks like the Lytro Light Field Camera that was unveiled last year was announced last year and started shipping out earlier this year will finally be available to more users now. According to an announcement on the official Lytro blog, the Lytro...

Lytro Light Field Camera gets a teardown

02/09/2012, If you’re keen on finding out what makes your Lytro Light Field Camera tick without taking yours apart, you’ll be glad to know that some photographs of the camera taken apart have surfaced thanks to the FCC. Inside it is revealed that the...

Lytro talks up other smartphone manufacturers

01/25/2012, It seems that the top brass over at Lytro are willing to work with smartphone manufacturers directly in order to deliver its light-field photography technology into future handsets. An interview with PCWorld saw Lytro chairman Charles Chi claiming that...