Speaking of fairly innovative things, the Lytro — launched in full today after a tease a few months back that got people excited — just turned the idea of a camera totally on its head. Those long, rectangular things? That’s the camera. No need to put it up to your eye, because, being a light-field camera, it can focus the shot after the fact. And the price point? A fairly cheap $399. That’s what we call radical reinvention, friends. Is this company the Kodak of the 21st century, or something else? We’re totally curious.
AHHH! i want one!
Interesting…although if I ever somehow...dozen times a day.
art, please explain how these work to me.
Please buy this for me. Someone. Anyone.
I really want to play with one of these, and maybe even own one.
This is at the top of my want list.
This is amazing. Click...link and explore
uncrate yesterday, and really want...get my hands on one. I’m just curious
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