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Top 12 Stories of 2014 – Tech & Gear

With an average of 20 or more stories on technology, gadgetry and gears per month, you can only imagine the difficulties of sorting through them over the last few days. Even though a number of them have gained spots in the “Runner-Up” category, there were 12 slots in this particular segment. So another two rounds of filtering later, we came to these…

Lytro Illum Light Field Camera – A Closer Look

Back in April we presented a first look at the groundbreaking Lytro Illum, a $1,499 light field digital camera made for serious photographers looking for a new way to snap photos. In addition to compiling an assemblage of close-up looks — presented in the gallery below — …

LYTRO Illum – World’s First Full-Size Light Field Camera

In 2012, when LYTRO’s founder Dr. Ren Ng introduced light field photography to the world, the tech industry took notice. In a mere two years’ time, competitors have caught up with LYTRO’s ingenious “living pictures” function. Applications like FocusTwist by ARQBALL, Lens Blur by Google, even built-in …

FocusTwist App – Lytro-like focusing | Apple iPad + iPhone App

As if your Apple iPhone and iPad weren’t impressive enough–packing a computer, music player, camera, calculator, and eReader all into one sleek device–Arqball has just  upped the ante with the release of their FocusTwist App. Created for iOS, this program allows you to selectively refocus an image after …

LYTRO Light Field Camera – Hands On Demonstration | Video

If yesterday’s announcement was just a precursor of things to come, expect LYTRO and its light field camera to revolutionize the way you shoot our photos. Though the device is still quite a gimmickery and an expensive novelty item up to this point. But just imagine the …

LYTRO – Revolutionary Light Field Camera + Extrordinary Living Pictures

A personal journey through scholarship and experiments finally came to a close this morning for Ren Ng as he introduced the world’s first light field camera for consumers. What started as quest for better photographs 8 years ago morphed into a dissertation on light field camera. Followed …