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Adobe Plenoptic Lenses Let You Refocus Image After It’s Taken


From laptopmag

Imagine being able to change the point where you want to focus your lens after you’ve already taken the picture! This is exatly what a plenoptic lens placed between your camera’s lens and the sensor allows you to do. It captures the same image many times from multiple perspectives.

Read the article at: engadget.

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Nathan Kinnear

2010.09.27
7:51 am

Very interesting article, I have just written about the Plenoptic Lens and how it could change the future of photography.

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