| Apr 23, 2012
Origin of Cool: California, USA
Once in a lifetime an invention comes along that is poised to change the way we interact with the world around us. These are the things that, once we have them, life simply isn’t the same. We mean inventions such as the light bulb, the television, the internet, and of course, the Segway.
In all seriousness the Lytro is quite remarkable. It’s the first commercialized camera that takes photos by capturing light fields, which allows for the display of much more information than traditional camera sensors. As a result using the Lytro you can refocus any photo after you’ve taken it. Check it out below:
Visit here for a whole gallery of “living” images to refocus around!
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Someday I will go on to Cracked and invent a restaurant staffed entirely by professional magicians. Right now I’m busy uniting the world with OurPangea
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